Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Movie Review: TRI-Award Winning, Inspiring Movie(Available December 13th)Under The Milky Way

This very touching and inspiring drama has won many awards already at many film festivals , take a look:

2016 Boston International Film Festival
                WINNER - Indie Spirit Best Story Line Award

2016 Northern Virginia International Film and Music Festival (NOVA)
                WINNER - Film of the Year
                WINNER - NOVA Award
                WINNER -  Best Inspirational Feature Film 
                WINNER - Best Family/Faith-based Feature Film 
                WINNER - Best Actress Feature Film - Jensen Jacobs
                RUNNER-UP - Best Cinematography 
                RUNNER-UP - Best Editing

2016 Atlantic City Cinefest
                WINNER - Best Feature Dramedy
                WINNER - Best Actress Feature Dramedy - Jensen Jacobs
                WINNER - Best Supporting Actor Feature Dramedy (Chris Dyer)

2016 Chesapeake Film Festival
                WINNER - Best Narrative Feature Film 
                WINNER - Best Actress Feature Film (Jensen Jacobs)
            WINNER - Best Actor Feature Film (Chris Dyer)

Not also an award winning , inspiring film but the cast touches your heart in their performances , here is the synopsis of the film.

TRI movie is the story of a young woman moved by the cancer patients she works with to complete her first triathlon. Using 
triathlon as a metaphor for life the movie chronicles the challenges of making a dream come true. 
Not having been in a triathlon the young women Natalie(Jensen Jacobs) was challenged by one of her patients to try this event and she amazingly agrees to do it.
 Her constant determination to continue even with her shortcomings of having not doing this before and most mornings have to be up and out for 6 am is motivating to anyone watching this film and has me wanting to do more physically, no not this but something more.
Everyone she meets along the way is helping her the best that they can, however it is up to her to find her own inspiration and tenacity to get her where she needs to be. Regardless of where she finishes in the competition all that matters is that she persevered & did the best that she could, that is all we can do as humans.
This is easily the most inspiring film  I have seen all this year!

Thank you for reading this 
Anthony Nadeau

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