In the weeks after Hurricane Katrina, the tiny town of LaPlace was overrun with thousands of displaced New Orleans residents. Their already bursting-at-the-seams high school, East St. John,... See full summary »
College students exploring an abandoned insane asylum accidentally shatter canisters holding the cremains of former mental patients. Inhaling the dusty ash filling the air, they're soon possessed by the souls once held within them. One is a convicted serial killer from 1950.
Follow Kevin Laue's roller coaster ride through life as he strives to overcome enormous odds and become the first scholarship basketball player in NCAA history to play with only one arm. "Rudy" meets "Hoop Dreams" in this heart-warming documentary, "Twice As Amazing." Written by
Franklin Martin - Producer/Director
A young man dreams of becoming the first one-arm college basketball player in history.
A beautiful film. Opens the heart by showing Kevin Laue's struggle to become the first division one basketball player in college history. Follows Kevin in high school. But, film starts earlier with his relationship with his mentor AAU Coach, Pat McKnight. Kevin's relationship with his father, who died when he was ten is gently explored. His mother, a fixture in his life guides him through the tough years. Through success Kevin meets the President of the United States. He goes on to play at one of the top prep schools in the country, Fork Union. After a difficult year his dream is .... Don't want to spoil it. The how and where he achieves his goal will have to get you to see the film. Bravo for Kevin and the unique story-telling.
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