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Hope Gracin is known as "the girl dying of cancer" and has fully embraced this identity. Posting YouTube videos, having fun with friends, landing an Australian boyfriend, and being popular have been results of this identity. But one day, tests show that she has been cured. Hope, unsure of what her new future holds, hides the truth. But as happens with most secrets, the truth comes out. With the help of her friends and loved ones, Hope faces her fear of living.
Director: Jack Newell
Producer: Andrew Nold, Lauren Hannum, Jeff McHugh, Christina Nold and Eric Nold
Cast: Mia Frampton, Stony Blyden, Beau Brooks, Lauren Giraldo, Pej Vahdat, Beth Lacke, Juliette Angelo and Kate Rachesky