Gaby: A True Story
Gaby: A True Story ★★★ 1987 (R)
The story of a woman with congenital cerebral palsy who triumphs over her condition with the help of family and loved ones, and ends up a college graduate and acclaimed author. Based on a true story. 115m/C VHS . Rachel Levin, Liv Ullmann, Norma Aleandro, Robert Loggia, Lawrence Monoson, Robert Beltran, Tony Goldwyn; D: Luis Mandoki; W: Martin Salinas, Michael James Love; C: Lajos Koltai; M: Maurice Jarre.
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