I confess that I am very much intuitively and rationally aware that I am completely outside the targeted audience for this very moving film that is Miss Virginia that appears to be inspired by real life circumstances. However, multiple offline and online circumstances mysteriously led me to watching Miss Virginia. This poignant Miss Virginia film features the characters of Virginia Warden Ford (Uzo Aduba), Virginia’s son James (Niles Fitch), James friend Bonz (Nadji Jeter) Congresswoman Lorraine Towsend (Aunjanue Ellis), Annette Johnson (Adina Porter),Congressman Cliff Williams (Matthew Modine), tv show host Sally Rae (Vanessa Williams), Shondae Smith (Amirah Vann) Shondae’s son Jerome (Ethan Herisse), Mayor Anthony Carver (Erik Laray Harvey), and more actors/actresses. The plot elements are written in a way to give a persuasive case on why Virginia Walden is determined to do what she can to help her son James get into and stay in a school environment that would help her son thrive. However, she also has multiple obstacles to overcome both in garnering the money for that support and obtaining enough adequate support to facilitate these changes. Even with my awareness that some events were probably doctored for Hollywood film, surprisingly, the Miss Virginia film helped me obtain an increased logical and intuitive understanding on why school choice vouchers are becoming more frequently discussed in multiple news outlets. I was able to easily buy this film via a gift card given to my husband and I from my mother in law.