Lena Durant traded dreams of a singing career for a more practical one: a job in Manhattan insurance company. Now, determined to fill the emptiness of her life, she enters a club's amateur night competition. As she fill the room with the magic of her voice, she is unaware of one man in the audience, capitivated by every move she makes, every note she sings.
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