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Mark, approximately 11/12 years old, goes to live with his aunt Fiona, a crabby loner. Fiona, a naturalist, lives on an island and studies horses. Fiona takes over Mark's education. As their relationship matures, Mark and Fiona face a crisis: one of the island's wild horses has been orphaned. The foal will not survive without their help, yet they are forbidden from interfering in the horses' lives. Written by
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We recently saw Touching Wild Horses and it was a great movie. The boy that stars in it, Mark Randall, is excellent. If he continues to do quality movies, he will go far. I recommend it to anyone, especially if you love horses. The acting by Jane Seymour was also excellent.
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