A fellow paraplegic tries to help a bitter woman reclaim her life following an accident.

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Marty Doyle
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Joe Mulvey
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Jude
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Dell
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Eddie
David Beecroft ...
Doug
Jason Bernard ...
Louie
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Mr. Tabibsidan
W.W. Wilson ...
Cabbie Paulie
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Mrs. Chow
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Cabbie Mike
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Bus Driver
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Barney
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A fellow paraplegic tries to help a bitter woman reclaim her life following an accident.

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1 December 1996 (USA)  »

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Great movie
24 July 2003 | by (Drenthe (NL)) – See all my reviews

Really a great movie with a story that you won't found again. The story is original an the head-characters (Marty and Joe) are both in a wheelchair. I didn't ever see a romantic movie about two persons in a wheelchair, really great. The story is dramatic, is takes some feeling to see the problems and to understand what she is going through.

I have seen this movie for the first on television, I taped it, and I have seen it a couple times since.

I know what I am going to do this evening, see this great movie again!!!

(I am sorry for my spelling and my English, I am not used to write in this language, but i think i am learning)


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