Dancing Trees

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  • NR
  • 2009
  • 1 hr 36 min
  • 4.8  (117)

Dancing Trees is a 2009 drama film starring Brooke Burns, Katie Boland, and Amanda Tapping. The movie is directed by Anne Wheeler and written by Tim McGregor. The story is set in rural British Columbia and centers around Celia, a young girl who is struggling to come to terms with the absence of her mother. Celia's father, Charlie, is a logger who spends most of his time in the woods, leaving Celia on her own to deal with her feelings of loneliness and grief.

While exploring the woods one day, Celia meets an elderly Native American woman named Tia. Tia teaches Celia about the importance of nature and the spirits that inhabit it. She also introduces Celia to a group of women who gather in the forest to dance around a sacred tree.

The women are all struggling with their own personal issues, and the dancing is seen as a way to connect with each other and with the earth. Celia is welcomed into the group and begins to form a bond with the women, finding solace in the group's communal spirit.

Meanwhile, Charlie's logging company is facing financial difficulties and is forced to make cutbacks. This puts Charlie's job and the family's way of life in jeopardy. As tensions mount between Charlie and the logging company, Celia and the dancing group band together to stand up for the forest and their way of life.

Dancing Trees is a heartwarming and poignant film that explores themes of grief, community, and the relationship between humans and nature. The performances from the cast are excellent, particularly from Brooke Burns as Celia's father and Katie Boland as Celia herself.

The movie features stunning cinematography that captures the beauty of the forest and the magic of the dancing ritual. The soundtrack is also a standout, incorporating traditional Native American music as well as contemporary folk songs.

Overall, Dancing Trees is a beautiful and emotional film that will leave audiences feeling uplifted and inspired. It is a must-see for anyone who loves nature, community, and the power of the human spirit.

Dancing Trees is a 2009 drama with a runtime of 1 hour and 36 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 4.8.

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    4.8  (117)