Full Out

Synopsis: Based on the true life story of California gymnast Ariana Berlin. As she zoned in on her Olympic goals, 14 year old Ariana Berlin's life took a sharp turn when she was involved in a debilitating car accident. Gaining her confidence and movement back through learning hip hop dance, she unexpectedly found herself called back to the gymnastics world thanks to world renowned UCLA Coach Valorie Kondos Field. With Val's help, Ariana was eventually able to secure a spot on the UCLA gymnastics team and win an NCAA championship, a lifelong goal that she had always dreamed of. This is a wonderfully inspiring story of persistence, confidence, and the heart and courage to make a somewhat impossible comeback in life.
Director(s): Sean Cisterna
Production: Carmel Creek Productions
90 min


That kid right there?

That's me, Ariana Berlin.

Gymnastics is my life.

I've been doing it since I

was three years old and I've

never looked back.

That's my best friend Isla.

She and I used to choreograph

our future Olympic

routines in our hallways.

What? Normal

kids don't do that?

My coaches always said

that sometimes you have to fall

before you can fly.

I fell a lot.

I trained a lot.

And right now I'm in the

middle of the most important

level ten meet of my life.

Going too fast?

Let me step back.

You gotta get up Whoa

You gotta get up

Ladies and gentlemen, thank

you to UCLA for hosting this

year's level ten regional meet.

The opening heat will begin in

fifteen minutes.

You gotta get up Whoa

You gotta get up

You gotta get up Whoa

You gotta get up

Good job.

We've got this.

No kidding. We're toast.

Just breathe.

It's just, if I don't place...

If you don't place you can

just ask to borrow one of his

Olympic medals. What

does he have, like three?

Four, actually.

See, you'll be getting off

easy. Now if I don't qualify, my

parents will

pep-talk me to death.

Oh I'm sure it's tough living

with all their love and support.

Forget about your

Dad. Today is about you.


Nervous I might kick you into the

foam pit if you ask me that again.

Here, I got you

something for good luck.

Aw. Did you splurge at the

prize machine in the lobby?

Yeah, a whole dollar.

I love it.

You've got this.

Okay, okay! Let's do this.

Hey, ladies! Quit joking around.

The stakes are even higher

than what we thought today.


If you ever want to go to

UCLA, the woman who holds the

keys to your future is standing

right over there.

That's Valorie Kondos-Field,

head coach of the

six-time Champion UCLA

Gymnastics Team.

Up next on the uneven

bars, Isla Steponchev from Elite


That was amazing.


And Isla scores a 9.85.

You were fantastic.

It was okay. Wasn't perfect.

You'd only be satisfied with

twenty out of ten.

Up next Ariana Berlin.

Which is what I'm about to get.

I feel so good

I feel, I feel

, I feel so good

I feel

I feel so good

I feel

I feel so good

I ain't trusting tonight

nothing on my mind on my mind

Why you wasting your time

Let's get on a high

stay with me there

Up next Ariana Berlin from

Elite Gymnastics in San Diego.

I feel, I feel, I feel

Hold, extend, twist, focus

on the catch.

Flip, toes up, dismount, stick.

Who's that on the bars?

Ariana Berlin from San Diego.


Ariana scores a

9.95 on the bars.

Sweetheart! You put on

quite the show

for the college coaches.

You think they noticed me?

Noticed you? Are you kidding

me? Our phone's gonna be ringing

off the hook tomorrow.

Oh we'll know in a few days.

They said they'd have the final

results by Friday.

Hey Ariana. Wow, you

nailed it out there.

Thanks, you did great, too.

You're totally going

to qualify for sure.

The way you stuck that

landing on bars. Wow.

I was jealous.

Don't be. This is just a

Level 10 meet. There's still a

long way to go.

Could you imagine what

it would be like to make the


It would be so unbelievable,

but I doubt it's something I'll

ever get to experience.

Me neither. I

wish I could go.

Come on, you gotta be more

positive. You never know what

life is going to

throw at you, right?



Okay, remember this trip?

That girl who peed her pants on

the bus ride home?

What? We were six and I

had way too much water.

Okay. I'm so glad your Dad

let you come over.

How was he about your score?

He said it was acceptable.

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