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Waterdance, The (1991)
Starring: William Forsythe, Helen Hunt, Wesley Snipes, Eric Stoltz, Elizabeth Pena
Director: Neal Jimenez, Michael Steinberg
Category: Drama
Studio: Columbia / TriStar
English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai
106 mins



Imagine being trapped inside your own body.Imagine being set free.

Joel Garcia (Stoltz) is a talented young writer who awakens after a hiking accident and learns that he is permanently paralyzed.Before he can return to the "real" world, he must graduate from a physical rehabilitation center.There, the violent, the reckless and the unlucky are thrown together and taught to live - and love - again.Wesley Snipes co-stars as Raymond, a hard luck ladies' man who loses his family when he loses his mobility.William Forsythe is Bloss, a racist biker who becomes Raymond's closest friend.In a rousing sequence reminiscent of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, these three unlikely allies take on the hospital bureaucracy, make a forbidden field trip, learn to fight wheelchair wars


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