In a future United States, the only transport available to an individual is public transportation. Predicated on an assertion that "the oil has run out", an increasingly totalitarian ... See full summary »
Jolted out of his self-pity by a friend who teaches him to ski, a wounded Vietnam vet comes to look on his double amputation not as a "handicap", but rather "just a little inconvenience". Written by
Christina Dunigan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I loved this movie. We have a friend, Hal Oleary, who heads the handicap program at the Winter Park ski area in Colorado. My mom is friends with James Stacy. I can't believe they haven't released this movie, I've tried amazon.com and everywhere else to get a copy, but apparently to no avail! The movie itself is very interesting, and inspiring. I've seen it twice which I believe is the only amount of times they've shown it. Unfortunately it was before I had a VCR, If it came on again, or better yet got released to video that would be great! I think its a true story which makes it all the more interesting. I am an avid skier and thats made the subject matter all the more pertinent to me.
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