This post was sponsored by Element Associates. I received a complimentary scteening to facilitate my review.
Everyone has dreams, dreams to be the best, dreams to make it.
Sometimes in life we work hard and we get our dreams handed to us. Other times no matter how talented and how hard you work your dreams don’t seem to come easy. High Strung shares the story of two young talented individuals who thrive to make it in New York City.
Manhattan isn’t easy, nothing is ever just given to you and most of the time things don’t just come your way. In Manhattnan you have to work hard to get there and at Manhattan Conservatory of the Arts the teachers and the students work hard to get to the top.
In High Strung aspiring dancer Ruby (Keenan Kampa) strives for perfection. She knows she’s a great dancer but being on scholarship she needs to work extra hard to perfect her dancing and her career.
One day while in the subway she meets a very talented young British man who plays the violin. As soon as their eyes meet they feel a connection and Ruby soon trusts in Johnnie (Nicholas Galitzine).
Playing for cash in the subway to pay rent and avoid deportation, Johnnie’s life doesn’t come easy. Moving away from his family in Britain to New York City was tough yet Johnnie is talented and knows if given the chance he can make it.
This movie is an action packed, heartwarming movie that will leave you speechless. It is great for all audiences and all ages and really teaches you that if you fight for what you believe in and you work hard anything is possible. Sometimes you may just be a diamond in the rough and with a little help you’ll shine!
High Strung opens in theaters Friday, April 8th.
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