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During the American Depression of the 1930s, the nation was looking for something to give them hope - and they found it in the unlikely form of a seemingly weak horse named Seabiscuit and his half-blind jockey, played by Tobey Maguire. An underdog that became a legend, Seabiscuit gave the American people hope when they had almost none, as he came from behind and won race after race, earning the honour of Horse of the Year. An inspiring film for all ages.
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