Rural Texas. Sara is a young girl raised in a family of goat farmers. Her parents homeschool their twelve children, rigorously following the precepts of the Bible. Like her sisters, Sara is taught to be a devout woman, subservient to men while keeping her physical purity intact until marriage. When Sara meets Colby, a young amateur bull rider, she is thrown into crisis.
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|All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 15,001-15,100)
|All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 19,301-19,400)
|All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 7,201-7,300)
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||September 19th, 2014 (Limited) by Big World Pictures|
||June 23rd, 2015 by Big World|
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||Home Schooled, Religious, Orthodox Religion, Coming of Age, Romance, First Love, Inspired by a True Story, Family Affair, Relatives Playing Relatives, Non Professional Actor, Arranged Marriage, Rodeo|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Creative Type:||Contemporary Fiction|
||Pulpa, Polianna Productions, Ondarossa Film, Houston Film Commission|
September 24th, 2014
Awards Season might have begun, as there were six new releases in the $10,000 club this past weekend. Leading the way was Yellow Day, with an estimated $31,000 in one theater. 20,000 Days of Earth was close behind with $27,879 over the weekend and $30,969 over five days, also in one theater. Pump! earned an average of $14,059 in three theaters, which is particularly good for a documentary. A fellow documentary, Art and Craft, was next with an average of $11,500 in two theaters. Not Cool debuted with $10,329 on one theater, which is surprisingly strong, given its lack of reviews. Likewise, Hector and the Search for Happiness earned bad reviews, but still managed an average of $10,212 in four theaters.
September 19th, 2014
It's an overly busy week for limited releases with nearly two-dozen films on this week's list. There are a number of films on this week's list that are earning outstanding reviews, like 20,000 Days on Earth, or strong buzz, like The Zero Theorem. But there are not a lot earning both. Films like Stop the Pounding Heart or The Guest will likely not live up to their Tomatometer Scores. Tracks is probably the film with the best chance at breakout success.
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