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The Other Side Of The Mountain

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1975
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102 min
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The Other Side Of The Mountain, On Demand Movie, Drama

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Plot: Based on the true story of the paralyzed olympic skier, Golden Globe winner Marilyn Hassett stars as Jill Kinmont, the 18-year-old ski prodigy whose dreams are dashed after a near-fatal fall off a mountain in 1955. Jill must now climb another kind of mountain with the help of family and friends, and an extraordinary man (Golden Globe winner Beau Bridges) who teaches her that life still has meaning. Poignant, touching, and romantic, break out a fresh box of Kleenex and get ready for the most affirming, tragic, and inspiring love story since Love Story. Also starring Oscar nominee Griffin Dunne and Golden Globe winner Dabney Coleman.
Rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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