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Rated PG-13 · 98 minutes · 2014

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As a typical teenager, Travis Freeman (Mark Hapka) is a local hero both on and off the high-school football field in his small Kentucky town, but in 1997, Travis contracts an infection that destroys his optic nerve and renders him blind overnight. With the loving help and concern of his parents, physical therapist, coach and best friend, Travis demonstrates what true bravery is: He continues to compete on the gridiron and helps his team advance to the state finals.
Official Site: www.23blast.com
Director: Dylan Baker
Producer: Gary Donatelli, Toni Hoover, Dylan Baker, Daniel Snyder, Misook Doolittle and Brent Green
Cast: Stephen Lang, Alexa Vega, Mark Hapka, Max Adler, Kimberly Zimmer, Bram Hoover, Timothy Busfield, Fred Thompson, Becky Ann Baker, Dylan Baker, Kevin Cooney, Scott Sowers, Isiah Whitlock Jr. and Crystal Hunt

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