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Touching Wild Horses

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Released 2004

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Touching Wild Horses

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Director:
Eleanore Lindo
Released:
2004
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Touching Wild Horses is a 2004 drama directed by Eleanor Lindo and written by Murray McRae. This film is about a 12-year-old boy Mark (Mark Rendall), who has lost most of his family in a car accident. As his mother recovers from the accident and remains in a coma, he is sent to a beautiful, remote island to live with his aunt Fiona (Jane Seymour). Fiona has lived on Sable Island with only a park ranger (Charles Thurston) and a herd of wild horses to keep her company. She is allowed to live on the island while she studies the horses, as long as she does not touch them. Life is difficult for Mark as he tries to get along with his crabby, reclusive aunt and adjust to the isolation. When a young colt loses his mother, Mark breaks the rules to tend to the youngster. At first, Fiona is very angry, but then she helps Mark keep the horse alive. As they begin to bond as a family, they attempt to find a way for the colt to rejoin the other horses.moreless

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    Drama, Kids

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    new york city new york, Religion & Spirituality, Family Dramas, Teen