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Drumline is a movie, finally, with a moral to the story. The moral is that no individual-- no matter how smart, talented, and/or charming--is more important than the team. The whole is truly greater the sum of its parts. The movie is particularly important for pre-teens and teens growing up in a society where the ";individual"; is glorified;where talent serves as a rationale for special treatment;where some trait or physical gift given by God is viewed as an accomplishment by the individual possessing it. The movie shows how difficult it is to 'do the right thing' if there's a lot on the line. It is a movie that parents should truly accompany their child(ren) and discuss in the car and at home. It transcends race, social class, and gender. All can relate to the strong values and moral challenges it depicts. A ";must see"; movie. I would not recommend for children under 10 years of age.
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