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Ice Angel

Ice Angel
Directed by George Erschbamer
Written by Rob Kerchner
Scott Sandin
Starring Nicholle Tom
Tara Lipinski
Nancy Kerrigan
Production
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Distributed by Fox Family Films
Release dates 2000 (2000)
Running time 99 min.
Country  CAN
 USA
Language English

Ice Angel is a 2000 fantasy film from Fox Family. It is also known as On Thin Ice: Going For The Gold.

Plot

The film tells the story of Matt, a male hockey player who dies in a game and comes back to life as Sara Bryan (Nicolle Tom), a female figure skater (who fell into a coma) due to an accident made by an angel that caused the hockey player to die. Both share the dream of competing in the Winter Olympics. The male hockey player specified that if he returned to earth, he wanted to have a chance to win an Olympic Gold medal on ice leaving the detail that he wanted to be on the hockey team implied. With time running short Matt has to get skating lessons from Sara's one-time rival (Tara Lipinski) if he wishes to earn gold.

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