An American Girl - Chrissa Stands Strong

An American Girl - Chrissa Stands Strong

Director: Martha Coolidge Cast: Annabeth Gish, Timothy Bottoms, Jennifer Tilly


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Product Details

Release Date: 01/06/2009
UPC: 0883929046461
Original Release: 2008
Rating: NR
Source: Hbo Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:30:00
Sales rank: 6,727

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Annabeth Gish Actor
Timothy Bottoms Actor
Jennifer Tilly Actor
Michael Learned Actor
Sammi Hanratty Actor
Don Franklin Actor
Adair Tishler Actor
Joanne Baron Actor

Technical Credits
Martha Coolidge Director,Executive Producer
Mark Amin Executive Producer
Ellen L. Brothers Producer
Mary Casanova Original Story
Aleta Helena Chappelle Casting
Albert T. Dickerson Co-producer
Tamara England Co-producer
Elaine Goldsmith-Thomas Executive Producer
David W. Higgins Producer
Johnny E. Jensen Cinematographer
Christine Coyle Johnson Screenwriter
Jennie Muskett Score Composer
Andy Reimer Executive Producer
Julie Prendiville Roux Screenwriter
Elba Sanchez-Short Editor
James Spencer Production Designer
Cami Winikoff Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- American Girl: Chrissa Stands Strong
1. A New Home [5:56]
2. A New School [9:11]
3. Home Schooling [11:32]
4. Testing the Waters [13:52]
5. Helping a Friend [10:28]
6. Fashion Lessons [8:26]
7. Solidarity [11:03]
8. Asking for Help [7:40]
9. Working Together [9:40]

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An American Girl - Chrissa Stands Strong 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great movie!!  Positive message.  My fave AG movie
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Katkk More than 1 year ago
I am an elementary school counselor and I showed this movie to ALL of the second grade girls at my school due to some recent "girl drama" we were having. I showed it in three thirty-minutes segments during lunch time and on the fourth day we had a discussion about the movie. The girls really enjoyed it and we had some great dialogue when I paused the the movie at certain points. Next year I plan to show it to the 4th and 5th grade girls as well at the beginning of the school year.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
We live in Iowa and are getting ready to move, which means a new school for my daughter. This story really hit home for her, but its positive message helped her realize that even if its tough at first, she can make really great new friends whereever she is.
GloriaIL More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful story with situations that happen to children every day all over this country. Bullying has been going on for a long time and will continue. Hopefully, this video will give children the understanding and courage to stand up for themselves. This story shows that you do not have to fight back with violence only courage to stand up and speak out. There is a set (2) books that go with this video and I highly recommend them as well. At the end of the books are situations and solutions that were written by children and a must see for the children of today. Hopefully, these books and video get children to talking with one another about bullying and give them the courage to stand up for themselves and their friends.
BumbleBea More than 1 year ago
This is a great movie. Our daughter is 8 and in 2nd grade. She is already facing some of these same issues and being picked on! It is a great movie for your children, a class, school, or just inviting friends over for a movie. The parents even get involved with watching - what happens next!
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I watched this already, saw the trailer and thought how brave of the producers to put this out to the public. It's one thing to write a book, but another to put in on TV - kids tend to really get watching a story sometimes more than hearing or reading about one. This is a lesson we could all learn from no matter what stage you are in life. Bullying happens to all - towns, cities, neighborhoods, etc. As with anything, recognizing it is taking the first step in making the issue any better! Way to go American Girl!!