Perky teen starlet Hilary Duff wholeheartedly embraces the kind of earnest innocence all parents wish their daughters had. In Raise Your Voice, Terri Fletcher yearns to go to a prestigious music conservatory in Los Angeles. Her father won't let her because L.A. is a bad place, but her loving mom and kooky aunt sneak her away. Once there, she gets a sassy roommate-of-colour, geeky cool friends, a snooty rival, and a sexy British boyfriend. Of course, all conflicts with family and friends come to a head at a big competition at which Terri rediscovers herself. Formulaic?... Yes. Bland? Yes. Will preteen girls enjoy it anyway? Maybe, because Duff plays it so sincere. --Bret Fetzer, amazon.com [show more]
Happiness,Terri Fletcher has life in the palm of her hands. She's got a great family, a best friend , a part in the choir and a brother who loves her.Plus shes just sent off to be a part of a music program in la.However her Dad disapproves so her brother gets in an argument with him and gets grounded. So when Terri gives him concert tickets they have to sneak out ,the concert was great but on the way home they get in to an accident and she survives but he doesn't .
She blames herself and has hit rock bottom.
Sadness, since her brother died she hasn't been able to put her heart into anything.She learns that she's been acccepted into the music program but has to be persuaded to go as she has to lie to her dad to get there.
Once she is there she has to battle to keep her placement as she falls behind. Will it all be too much for her ?
This dvd is so moving and fabulous at the same time it really is original and fun .
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play. Hilary Duff stars as Terri Fletcher, a small-town girl with the voice of a belter! When a personal tragedy interrupts her steady life, Terri defies her father's wishes and secretly heads off to spend a summer at a Los Angeles performing arts academy. But the school brings a whole new set of challenges for Terri, who suddenly finds herself part of a highly competitive program in an intimidating new city. Though initially overwhelmed by her new surroundings, Terri rises to the occasion with the help of some new found friends, an encouraging teacher, and a first love that captures her heart... Actors Hilary Duff, Oliver James, James Avery, John Corbett, Dana Davis, Rebecca De Mornay, Kat Dennings, David Keith, Sean Patrick McNamara, Jason Ritter, Rita Wilson & T.J. Thyne Director Sean McNamara Certificate PG Year 2004 Screen 16:9 Languages English - Dolby Digital (5.1) Subtitles English for the hearing impaired Duration 1 hour and 42 minutes (approx)
Teen drama starring Hilary Duff as Terri Fletcher, a small-town teenager with a great musical talent. Following the death of her brother, Terri decides to make the most of her life and talent for singing and heads off to spend the summer at a performing arts academy, even though her father is against the idea. Terri soon realises that following her dreams isn't always easy.