Thursday, October 7, 2010


 Solomon "Soli" White seems to have all a high school senior could want. He has his material needs met, is popular, and has several colleges eager to give him a scholarship based on his skills as a lacrosse player. However, a devastating injury during a game has Soli literally looking a things from an entirely different angle. An injury to his brain causes him to suffer vertigo and upside down vision. At a meeting for those with visual impairments, Soli meets Wren. She is a committed believer who has been blind since birth. As their feelings for one another grow, they teach one another to examine their lives from other perspectives. Wren, a teacher who has discovered Soli's creative and profound ability to express himself, and a writing mentor who has had to struggle to recover from personal losses all 3 help guide Soli as he explores this new world. When you literally can't believe what you are seeing, you have no choice but to find out for yourself what is true.

This is an inspiring film that causes the viewer to consider if it is time to look at things from a fresh angle. When life turns UPSIDE down for you, will you know what is important? This is a very interesting movie! There is one scene that would cause many to scoff, but is not totally out of the realm of possibility. There are moments of humor that add an absolutely delightful touch. I believe the film is enjoyable for preteens and up. And, it definitely can lead to discussions on how life can be unfair, and turned upside down, but there is always hope.

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Anita said...

will hve to check this out again very good review you wre born for this.

Lori said...

This looks interesting, "All that matters is that you live the life you were meant to." well said

debbiebee said...

thank you so much for showing us all the good family and christian videos that are available...will be checking this one out I think

Mike said...

I'm a freshman at college and I'm very excited to watch this movie, being that it sometimes difficult to keep your faith here watching inspiring movies like this one uplifts my faith! Thanks for the review!

deborah_seeley said...

Wow!!!!!!!!I can't wait to see this! We most of the time have trouble seeing things from a different perspective!!Upside down is just one of them!