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Girlfight, On Demand Movie, Drama DigitalMovies, Romance

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Plot: Writer/director Karyn Kusama's Girlfight stars Michelle Rodriguez as Diana Guzman, a troubled girl on the brink of womanhood. Misunderstood by her teachers and belittled by her father (Paul Calderon), Diana doesn't know how to control her anger, and doesn't care. On an errand for her father one day, she discovers the world of boxing at a gym in Brooklyn, and later begins training in secret with Hector (Jaime Tirelli), who eventually becomes a father figure to the young fighter. Complications inevitably follow when her friendship with fellow boxer Adrian (Santiago Douglas) blossoms into romance. As Diana builds strength and endurance, she becomes confident enough to allow herself to be vulnerable. A burden that weighs heavily as she prepares for the most important fight of her life.
Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America.


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