Fame movie plot

2022-03-25 08:01
Eight teenagers from all walks of life and family backgrounds came to take the exam with different dreams. After experiencing various challenges and struggles, some succeeded, some failed, and some grew up by absorbing life experience from their performances. In New York, there is such a school - the New York High School for the Performing Arts. Here, any dreams of young people may be realized. Whether it is dancing, singing, acting or other artistic talents, students will have a valuable opportunity to realize their artistic dreams here. Fame will naturally also be within reach. The premise is that as long as you have enough talent, dare to devote yourself to your dream, and can put in more effort and hard work.
As a result, a few young people who are talented in dancing, singing, and acting are looking forward to making achievements in the arts, Marco (Arthur Brook), Rosie (Christy Flores), Neil (Paul Iaconnor), Kevin (Paul McGill), Dennis (Naturi Norton), and Jenny (Kay Panabaker), among others, come here with hope. However, at the beginning of school, the children encountered extremely strict assessments: the torture from their unsteady wills made their original passions face the test. In addition, youth restlessness, classmate friendship, the bud of love, and various ways of dealing with success and failure, which have never been lacking in the youth campus, all make the children who come to take the entrance examination and finally come together in this school in Thrives in the epic of youthful passion. During this period, there is the germination of love, the sublimation of friendship, the expression of talent, the experience of heartbreak, and of course, the burst of passion   .
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  • Rosella 2022-04-24 07:01:25

    "I'm the most cheesy kind of audience, I want to see a successful ending. Don't be artistic" Ugly Die Ugly Die Ugly Die.

  • Desiree 2022-04-24 07:01:25

    Why is the happiness of watching a movie so strong recently? It is also an art school, and that should be empathy. In university, we strive to pursue our dreams persistently. Then I thought, why do we only show the emotional performance of the youth idol drama Cinderella and Prince Charming in the films we show in college? Is it because of the pressure of struggle that our thinking about the future of life only exists after entering the society? Who said that university gives you the right to be stupid, don't ask about the world and play naive and don't fight for yourself?

Fame quotes

  • Mr. James Dowd: Everything you're ashamed of, all the parts of yourself that you keep secret, everything you want to change about yourself - it's who you are. That's your power. Deny it and you're nothing.

  • Jenny Garrison: There are some things success is not. It's not fame. It's not money or power. Success is waking up in the morning so excited about what you have to do that you literally fly out the door. It's getting to work with people you love. Success is connecting with the world and making people feel. It's finding a way to bind together people who have nothing in common but a dream. It's falling asleep at night knowing you did the best job you could. Success is joy and freedom and friendship. And success is love.

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