1h 52min · Family, Sport · 1 February 1994
Inspired by the true story of Sarah Gadalla Gubara. In Namibia, Africa, Gershe, a reporter whose car has broken down, is almost killed by a passing ambulance. After following it into the hospital, he witnesses the drama of two Indian immigrants, Vernon and Karima, whose little daughter Sarah, will remain limping for life. Ten years later, Sarah has turned into an excellent swimmer. After she wins second place in the school trials in Cape Town, her parents decides to look for a trainer. Sarah's life crosses paths again with Gershe, the reporter, who was a swimming instructor in the past. Although initially skeptical, he finally agrees to train the young Sara. Sara find a new friend, Ciro, who takes care of the reporter and run the car repair shop he inherited from his own father after his death. In time of the most important national trial, Sara's father, Vernon, was killed in a robbery attempt. Sarah succeed in turning her dream into reality: participating in the Italian, Capri-Napoli marathon, a swimming race of 35km in open seas.
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