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Watch as they make potential romantic partners ... disappear! Teens are cool. Magicians are cool. So what's cooler than a teen magician? Answer: The trailer for Make Believe, a documentary about teen magicians. It looks like a pretty entertaining documentary too, detailing a handful of teens quest to earn the title of Teen World Champion at the World Magic Seminar. The kids in the movie seem really likeable and aren't the awkwardly gawky teens you might be expecting. That said, they don't appear to be social butterflies either - one of the kids says "I don't have too much friends, my friend is magic." But hey, I didn't have hundreds of friends in high school either, and I couldn't levitate playing cards. Advantage: Teen magicians.


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