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‘Live Like Line’ movie will star Helen Hunt; ‘Friday Night Lights’ writer David Aaron Cohen is scriptwriter


Live Like Line
Even as the downtown Benchmarks change every year, the Live Like Line bench is preserved in memoriam — photo by Tim Taranto

Live Like Line, a forthcoming film chronicling the 2011 death of West High School student Caroline “Line” Found, will star Helen Hunt and be written by David Aaron Cohen, of Friday Night Lights fame. LD Entertainment is producing the film, KCRG reports.

Hunt will play former West High head volleyball coach Kathy Bresnahan.

In Oct. 2015, the Gazette reported plans for the production which would be based on a forthcoming novel from Bresnahan:

[Bresnahan] has signed with LD Entertainment to start the production of a movie based on her own novel, West on Nine, which tells the story of the volleyball team’s journey. The book will not be released until the movie is finished in late 2016

 
According to the film’s in-development IMDB page, the summary is as follows:

After the tragic death of star volleyball player Caroline “Line” Found, a team of dispirited high school girls must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hopes of winning the state championship.

 


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  1. We were very touched by the movie — my 7 year old granddaughter wants to visit Troy. It’s about 3 hours from Lena Il. Thank you for sharing this story. It has impacted a 7 year old girls’ life.

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