On The Edge

On the Edge’ movie is about the influence of public opinion on a person. Dima is a young dancer. After his parents’ divorce he moves to Kiev from Lviv together with his mother, gets into university, where he continues to dance while studying. Because of his hobby, manner of talking and moving, other students don’t accept Dima and consider him homosexual. At the same time, another group of young people of unusual sexual orientation notices Dima. The head of this group is a senior student who is also a dancer discovers “hidden signals” in Dima’s behavior and considers him one of them. Not being understood by his own mother and still trying to figure out what to do with his life, Dima accepts his new friend’s opinion about him as the truth until one night.


Jared Moses, Jay Roberts Jr., Kenny McMurphy, Mark Parra




Not Rated

On the Edge Collectors Edition

Dove "Faith-Friendly" - Recommended for ages 12 and over.

    • Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter
    • Source: Video
    • Writer: Rick Garside
    • Director: Rick Garside
    • Producer: Rick Garside
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