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Crossing the Line (2002 film)

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Crossing the Line (2002 film)

Crossing the Line is a 2002 television movie written by Susanna Styron and Bridget Terry and directed by Graeme Clifford. It is a sports comedy drama exploring what happens when parents go too far in pushing their children.

Synopsis

A former All-American basketball player lands a job as assistant coach for a three-time championship girls' high school basketball team. After the head coach has a heart attack, she takes over and clashes with several parents who push their daughters to win at all costs.

  • Terry Farrell ... Laura Mosbach
  • Adrian Pasdar ... Eric Harrison
  • Sumela Kay ... Carly Harrison
  • Sherry Miller ... Jennifer Blackstone
  • Barry Flatman ... Jerry Blackstone
  • Lawrence Dane ... Coach Tom Holliday
  • Josh Buckle ... Zack Mosbach
  • Amy Rutherford ... Danielle Blackstone
  • Courtney Hawkrigg ... Sheryl Baines
  • Courtenay Betts ... Amy Fulton
  • Serena Lee ... Marcy Houston
  • Jamie Robinson ... Reggie Williams
  • Taylor Abrahamse ... Robert Blackstone
  • Bill Lake ... Joe Fulton
  • Phillip Jarrett ... Coach Davidson
  • Michael Falloon ... Streetsville Referee
  • Beverly Cooper ... Pam Baines (as Beverley Cooper)
  • Ron Gabriel ... Eric's Lawyer
  • Mishu Vellani ... Prosecutor
  • David Clement ... Judge
  • Tony Meyler ... School Board Member
  • Ola Sturik ... TV Sportscaster
  • Kathryn Long ... Tiger Captain

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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