Oscar winner Helen Hunt (As Good As It Gets, Twister, What Women Want) stars as the real-life Kathy “Coach Brez” Bresnahan in the new film The Miracle Season, releasing this weekend from LD Entertainment. The story centers on the true story of Caroline “Line” Found, a star volleyball player whose young life was cut short, sending her friends and family searching for answers and direction.
For Hunt, she was first drawn to the role as an opportunity to work together with director Sean McNamara again after the film Soul Surfer. On set, however, she quickly realized the gravity of the inspirational drama.
“It wasn’t really until we started shooting, and then it wasn’t really until I was standing on that floor with these women around me that I went, ‘This is exactly the movie I should be making,’ a movie about when the unimaginable happens, what do you do?,” she said.
The Miracle Season also stars William Hurt as Ernie Found, Caroline’s father. It releases from LD Entertainment on April 6, 2018.
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