“The 'Lethal Ladies' of the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women display their fierce moves and their determination in this joyous documentary about a high-stakes graduation year.” – The Hollywood Reporter
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The Hollywood Reporter

“The 'Lethal Ladies' of the Baltimore Leadership School for Young Women display their fierce moves and their determination in this joyous documentary about a high-stakes graduation year.” – The Hollywood Reporter
“It's almost impossible to make it through the trailer without getting a little teary-eyed and feeling inspired.” – Essence
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“It's almost impossible to make it through the trailer without getting a little teary-eyed and feeling inspired.” – Essence
““STEP” tells a story that highlights the intertwining values of hope and education, and never loses sight of the idea that much more lies ahead.” – IndieWire
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““STEP” tells a story that highlights the intertwining values of hope and education, and never loses sight of the idea that much more lies ahead.” – IndieWire
“Real life characters worth rooting for.” – THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
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“Real life characters worth rooting for.” – THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“A crowd-pleasing winner.” – VARIETY
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“A crowd-pleasing winner.” – VARIETY
“You will laugh, cry and cheer.” – SCREENDAILY
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“You will laugh, cry and cheer.” – SCREENDAILY

“STEP” ★★★★  Amanda Lipitz’s blink-away-the-tears documentary, a special jury award winner at Sundance earlier this year, isn’t really about step dancing, though its storyline follows a team of Baltimore high-school girls on the road to a step-dance championship. It’s about three remarkable young women — Blessin, Cori and Tayla — on a far more complicated road: to college, and to their dreams. Like them, the film is inspiring and funny and lovely, and you may find the words of one of the girls lingering: “If you come together with a group of powerful women, the impact will be immense.” – THE SEATTLE TIMES

A film by Amanda Lipitz

In Theaters August 4