Gaby, A True Story Movie
Movie Review for Gaby, A True Story
Against all odds is the theme for this dramatic 80s movie. A young woman realizes that she could be anything she wants to be, no matter her shortcomings.
Gaby - A True Story is a movie about a young woman, Gaby (played by Rachel Chagall), who is suffering from cerebral palsy. But, that does not stop Gaby from making a huge impact on the lives of others.
With the help of a Mexican maid, Gaby (Chagall) is able to beat the odds and accomplish whatever she put her mind to do in Gaby – A True Story.
Sari - Liv Ullmann
Florencia - Norma Aleandro
Michel - Robert Loggia
Gaby - Rachel Chagall
Fernando - Lawrence Monoson
Luis - Robert Beltran
Fernando's Mother - Beatriz Sheridan
David - Tony Goldwyn
Danny De La Paz .... Carlos - Danny De La Paz
Gaby - 3 Years Old - Paulina Gomez
Minister of Education - Enrique Lucero
Hector Bulle Goyri - Eduardo Lopez Rojas
Nurse at Brimmer House - Ana Ofelia Murguia
University Professor - Hugh Harleston
Teacher - Rehabilitation Center - Carolyn Valero
TriviaRachel Chagall was nominated for a Golden Globe award for her performance as Gaby in Gaby - A True Story.
Robert Loggia, who played Michel Gaby - A True Story, won the Best Actor Award at the Bogata Film Festival.
80's Film Facts:
The Movie Gaby, A True Story was released to theatres on 01/01/1987 by Sony, and grossed $125,400 at the box office in the US.
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