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WATCH: Trailer for Caroline Found movie 'The Miracle Season' released

Movie about Iowa City West volleyball player's death, and its aftermath, set for release in April

An image from the trailer for “The Miracle Season,” featuring Danika Yarosh as Caroline Found. (image captured from YouTube video)
An image from the trailer for “The Miracle Season,” featuring Danika Yarosh as Caroline Found. (image captured from YouTube video)
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The trailer for “The Miracle Season,” a movie chronicling the death of star Iowa City West volleyball player Caroline Found and her team’s subsequent state championship, was released Thursday.

The movie is expected to be released April 13, 2018, according to its IMDb listing. It stars Helen Hunt as Found’s coach, Kathy Bresnahan, and William Hurt as Caroline’s father, Ernie.

Caroline Found, known as “Line” to many of her friends and teammates, died in a moped crash in Iowa City on Aug. 11, 2011. The movie, announced in May 2016 and originally titled “Live Like Line,” tells the story of Found’s impact on the West volleyball team as it continued on to win the state championship.

Check the links below for more background on Caroline’s story and its journey to a motion picture.

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