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UNBRIDLED Set For National Cinema Release April 27



The talked-about, award-winning motion picture UNBRIDLED is set for nationwide Cinema release Friday, April 27. Film tells emotional real-life stories of horse centers pairing abused women with rescued horses for mutual healing.

UNBRIDLED stars Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight), T.C. Stallings (War Room), Rachel Hendrix (October Baby), Jenn Gotzon (Frost Nixon) and introduces sex-trafficked teen Sarah, played by Tea McKay, whose "journey of healing evokes tears that transcends into heartfelt joy," says the film's producer Christy McGlothlin.

McGlothlin is available for interviews to talk about the heart of UNBRIDLED and how she is conducting dozens of pre-release screenings nationwide at horse therapy centers to raise awareness of equine-assisted therapy.

Movieguide.org editor/film reviewer Tom Snyder calls UNBRIDLED "A riveting redemptive movie full of jeopardy that also deals with important issues in a heartfelt, inspiring way."

Director John Ware says UNBRIDLED captures the effectiveness of animal therapy and calls it a "Girl-and-her-horse victory film that leaves audiences cheering!"


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