For children with a learning or physical disability, the focus is often on what's wrong. The Miss You Can Do It pageant--an event for little girls with special needs--celebrates what's right. This uplifting film looks at several young contestants in the pageant as well as its founder Abbey Curran, the first woman with a disability to compete in the Miss USA Pageant. Held in Curran's hometown of Kewanee, Illinois, the pageant draws participants from all over the country for a weekend in which inner beauty and abilities reign and no one leaves emptyhanded.

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12+ COMMON SENSE

Heartwarming docu digs into a pageant for disabled girls.

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Studio
HBO DOCUMENTARY FILMS PRESENTS A DOCUTAINMENT FILMS & IMAGINAUT ENTERTAINMENT PRODUCTION
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Copyright
© 2012 Docutainment, LLC

Languages

Primary
English (Stereo)

Accessibility

CC
Closed captions refer to subtitles in the available language with addition of relevant nondialogue information.

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