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Leap of Faith
Marie-Angea, a young French girl, experiences tragedy, leaving her with only one remaining family member. Unfortunately, that relative lives in the United States, the two have never met, and the aunt is a mean and nasty individual. Marie-Angea isn't completely alone, though; she connects with Billy, a neighbor who stays with her and befriends her.
Marie-Angea must work hard to survive at her aunt's house, and it feels like a fairytale story as it progresses, the likes of Cinderella. Marie-Angea can be a bit naive in Leap of Faith (2001), but it doesn't distract from the overall story and is still worth a look at if you like fairytale-esque stories.