Horse Girl bei Netflix: Die Erklärung des verrückten Endes (2023)

Ali­son Bries neuer Film „Horse Girl“ erzählt die Geschichte ein­er jun­gen Frau, die schle­ichend ein­er psy­chis­chen Krankheit zum Opfer fällt. Damit der Abschluss des skur­rilen Psy­chodra­mas Dich nicht auch noch in den Wahnsinn treibt, liefern wir Dir eine Erk­lärung des Endes von „Horse Girl“.

Das Phänomen „Pfer­demäd­chen“ speiste sich bish­er in unseren heimis­chen Gefilden vor allem aus pinken „Wendy“-Magazinen, weichge­wasch­enen „Bibi und Tina“-Hörspielen und überzuck­ert­er „Immenhof“-Idylle. Hol­ly­wood-Schaus­pielerin Ali­son Brie bringt nun mit ihrem neuen Net­flix-Film „Horse Girl“ frischen Wind ins Genre – auch wenn dieses exzen­trische Werk let­ztlich auf etwas ganz anderes hin­auswill als auf das sprich­wörtliche Glück auf Pfer­derück­en.

„Horse Girl“ ist bei Net­flix zu sehen, was Du über GigaTV hinzubuchen kannst. So erhältst Du Zugriff auf das gesamte Ange­bot des Anbi­eters.

Horse Girl bei Netflix: Die Erklärung des verrückten Endes (1)

Ali­son Brie als Pfer­demäd­chen Sarah in „Horse Girl” | © Net­flix

Die Pro­tag­o­nistin durch­lebt in zunehmend wirreren Sequen­zen den Ver­lauf ein­er schw­eren psy­cho­tis­chen Krankheit, die Real­ität und Wahnsinn miteinan­der ver­mis­cht. „Ich wäre schock­iert, wenn es über diesen Film keine heißen Diskus­sio­nen bei Red­dit gäbe“, teasert „Glow“-Star Ali­son Brie gegenüber dem Online-Mag­a­zin Vul­ture, die in dem Indie-Psy­chodra­ma ein Stück eigene Fam­i­liengeschichte ver­ar­beit­et.

Tat­säch­lich fährt das tragisch-komis­che Net­flix-Werk mit einem Ende auf, das so manchen Zuschauer ordentlich zum Grü­beln brin­gen dürfte. Keine Sorge, wir liefern die Erk­lärung des Endes von „Horse Girl“, damit Du Dich nicht auf Holzwe­gen ver­ga­lop­pierst.

Du lieb­st Filme mit ein­er gewis­sen Tragik? Bei diesen Streifen bleibt kein Augen trock­en.

(Video) Was diese Ex-Serienstars HEUTE machen

„Horse Girl” – die Handlung: Pferdemädchen auf geistigen Abwegen

Sarah (Ali­son Brie) ist der Inbe­griff eines sozial gehemmten Mauerblüm­chens. Die junge Frau lebt in ihrer ganz eige­nen und ein­samen Welt. In einem Bastelgeschäft berät sie Kun­den pein­lich detail­liert über die Unter­schiede zwis­chen Acryl- und Tem­per­a­far­ben und ver­liert sich gerne in belan­glosen Pläuschen mit der Kol­le­gin.

In ihrer freien Zeit besucht die stille Außen­sei­t­erin mit ihrem ural­ten Vol­vo regelmäßig ihr ehe­ma­liges Pferd Wil­low und gibt deren neuer Rei­t­erin unge­fragt Tipps rund um den fach­män­nis­chen Umgang mit dem Tier. Ab und an bekommt die Stute von ihrer Ex-Besitzerin sog­ar noch selb­st­ge­flocht­ene Bänd­chen in die Mähne eingear­beit­et. Ihre Abende ver­bringt Sarah vor dem Fernse­her. Fan­ta­sy-Krim­is­e­rien mit Titeln wie „Pur­ga­to­ry“ haben es ihr ange­tan.

Horse Girl bei Netflix: Die Erklärung des verrückten Endes (2)

Fre­undin Nik­ki (Deb­by Ryan) bemüht sich, Sarah unter Leute zu brin­gen | © Net­flix

Während ihre selb­st­be­wusste und coole Mit­be­wohner­in Nik­ki (Deb­by Ryan) mit ihrem Fre­und Bri­an (Jake Pick­ing) um die Häuser zieht, fer­tigt Sarah lieber Fußbänd­chen vor dem Fernse­her an. Doch an ihrem Geburt­stag scheint sich das Blatt zu wen­den. Nik­ki und Bri­an stellen der schüchter­nen Sarah Bri­ans Kumpel Dar­ren (John Reynolds) vor, der sich prompt für die nerdi­ge Eigen­bröt­lerin begeis­tert.

Doch nach ein­er gemein­samen und wild durch­feierten Geburt­stagsnacht häufen sich eige­nar­tige Vor­fälle. Sarah begin­nt, eige­nar­tige Stim­men zu hören, lei­det unter beun­ruhi­gen­den Träu­men und fängt an, „Prob­leme mit der Zeit“ zu reg­istri­eren. Die Verkäuferin begin­nt immer mehr, an ihrem Ver­stand zu zweifeln. Schon Sarahs Groß­mut­ter litt an Wah­n­vorstel­lun­gen und sprach mit Wän­den. Holt dieses Schick­sal jet­zt auch Sarah ein?

Alison Bries Familiengeschichte: „Meine Großmutter litt an Schizophrenie“

„‘Horse Girl‘ ist ein kün­st­lerisch­er Aus­druck mein­er Angst vor den psy­chis­chen Krankheit­en, die in mein­er Fam­i­lie liegen. Und er ver­bildlicht die schreck­liche Erken­nt­nis darüber, was es heißt, seinen eige­nen Sin­nen nicht mehr trauen zu kön­nen“, fasst Sarah-Darstel­lerin Ali­son Brie die Inten­tion hin­ter ihrem Werk gegenüber dem Mag­a­zin Cin­e­ma zusam­men.

Horse Girl bei Netflix: Die Erklärung des verrückten Endes (3)

Sarah und Dar­ren (John Reynolds) näher ken­nen … | © Net­flix

(Video) the Vecna transformation is 🤯 #shorts #strangerthings #netflix

Kein Wun­der, dass die 37-Jährige neben Jeff Bae­na („I Heart Huck­abees“) als Co-Autorin von „Horse Girl“ fungierte. „Meine Groß­mut­ter litt an para­noi­der Schiz­o­phre­nie. Ich wuchs mit den Geschicht­en mein­er Mut­ter über ihre Kind­heit mit dieser psy­chisch kranken Mut­ter auf […] Irgend­wann begann ich, mehr darüber nachzu­denken, dass diese Art Krankheit auch vererb­bar ist.“

Das wird auch Pro­tag­o­nistin Sarah im Ver­laufe des mit skur­rilen und trau­mar­ti­gen Sci-Fi-Sequen­zen gespick­ten Films immer klar­er. Sie erkundigt sich nach den Symp­tomen ihrer Groß­mut­ter, sorgt sich um ihren Geis­teszu­s­tand. Den­noch: Genau­so schle­ichend wie unaufhalt­sam ver­liert Sarah ihre Fähigkeit, zwis­chen Wahn und Wirk­lichkeit zu unter­schei­den.

„Horse Girl”: Die Erklärung des Endes

Ali­son Bries „Horse Girl“ fährt mit zahlre­ichen Meta­phern und Anspielun­gen auf. Die wichtig­sten Sym­bole erk­lären wir Dir hier.

Das Pferd als Symbol: Therapie-Tier und spiritueller Seelenfreund

Auch wenn die Pfer­de­the­matik in Bries sur­realem Psy­chodra­ma nur am Rande stat­tfind­et, sollte die Bedeu­tung für die Geschichte den­noch nicht unter­schätzt wer­den.

Da wäre zum Beispiel der Umstand zu erwäh­nen, dass es sich bei Pfer­den unter anderem auch um beliebte Ther­a­pie-Tiere han­delt, die gesund­heitlich beein­trächtigten Men­schen sowohl kör­per­liche als auch geistige Hil­fe und Unter­stützung leis­ten kön­nen. Ein erster metapho­risch­er Hin­weis auf Sarahs Lei­den.

Horse Girl bei Netflix: Die Erklärung des verrückten Endes (4)

(Video) Ava & Leah: Die schönsten Zwillinge der Welt | taff | ProSieben

Ali­son Brie ließ sich für ihre Haupt­fig­ur Sarah von ihrer Groß­mut­ter inspiri­eren | © Net­flix

Darüber hin­aus ver­rät Haupt­darstel­lerin Ali­son Brie im Inter­view mit Cin­e­ma: „Das Pferd repräsen­tiert Sarahs Kind­heit. Die Zeit, in der sie sich am glück­lich­sten und am sich­er­sten in ihrem Leben fühlte, bevor sie einige Trau­ma­ta durch­machen musste. Außer­dem sym­bol­isiert es eine gewisse soziale Isoliertheit. Dafür hat sie aber eine spir­ituelle Verbindung zu diesem Pferd.“

Sarahs eigen­bröt­lerische Natur als soge­nan­ntes Pfer­demäd­chen erläuterte Brie außer­dem gegenüber dem Online-Mag­a­zin MovieMak­er fol­gen­der­maßen: „Uns kam diese Idee, dass Pfer­demäd­chen sich eher außer­halb ein­er fest­gelegten sozialen Struk­tur wie zum Beispiel in ein­er Schule aufhal­ten, weil sie andere Inter­essen haben. Sie sind völ­lig zufrieden, ihre Leben ganz und gar auf diese Inter­essen auszuricht­en. Das ver­lei­ht ihnen eine faszinierende Selb­st­sicher­heit.“

Das Ende von „Horse Girl”: Der Respekt vor dem Wahnsinn

Schon bald wird Sarah durch wirre Träume zutief­st verängstigt. Im Ver­laufe der sich zunehmend zus­pitzen­den Krankheit bleibt die Erzäh­lung allerd­ings stets auf Sarahs Seite, stem­pelt sie niemals bewusst als wahnsin­nig ab. Ganz im Gegen­teil: Die Hand­lung dreht sich vor allem darum, dem Erzäh­ler einen Ein­blick in Sarahs Gedanken und Ableitung­sprozesse zu schenken.

Horse Girl bei Netflix: Die Erklärung des verrückten Endes (5)

„Horse Girl” lebt von ein­er zer­ris­se­nen Erzählstruk­tur mit Zeit­sprün­gen und Traum­se­quen­zen, die schw­er voneinan­der zu unter­schei­den sind | © Net­flix

Skur­rile Sit­u­a­tio­nen wie die der split­ter­nack­ten Sarah mit­ten im Bastel­laden oder in der Nacht an ein­er öffentlichen Tele­fonzelle wer­den let­ztlich nie rest­los erk­lärt, die Zeit­sprünge nicht chro­nol­o­gisiert. Auch die Pro­tag­o­nistin ist dazu nicht mehr im Stande. Sie recher­chiert und schlussfol­gert, sie müsse unter ein­er Kohlen­monox­id­vergif­tung lei­den. Oder von Aliens gekid­nappt und in die unter­schiedlich­sten Sit­u­a­tio­nen hineinge­beamt wor­den sein. Nein, anders: Es muss sich bei ihr selb­st um einen Klon ihrer eige­nen Groß­mut­ter han­deln – ein­er jün­geren Ver­sion ver­ste­ht sich.

„Horse Girl“ gelingt so mit seinem Sto­ry­telling das Kun­st­stück, eine ver­ständ­nisvolle und empathis­che Erken­nt­nis im Zuschauer zu man­i­festieren. Ihre schle­ichende Krankheit, die nie beim Namen genan­nt wird, lässt für eine einst gesunde, junge Frau etwas Unwirk­lich­es zu etwas Wahrem, zu ein­er abso­lut logis­chen Real­ität wer­den. „Horse Girl“ ver­an­schaulicht darüber hin­aus die Verzwei­flung und die Ein­samkeit, welche diese andere Real­ität mit sich bringt, die son­st nie­mand ver­ste­ht. Den­noch geht Bries Dra­ma stets sehr respek­tvoll mit Sarahs sub­jek­tiv­er Real­ität um, in welch exzen­trische Sphären sie sich gegen Ende auch schwin­gen mag.

(Video) The Mist Ending

Du suchst nach dein­er näch­sten Lieblingsserie? Finde sie in unseren besten Net­flix-Serien 2020!

Sarahs subjektive Realität: Alles ist relativ

Die End­szene, in der Sarah ihr Pferd loslässt und von Außerirdis­chen oder ein­er unsicht­baren Macht hoch in den Him­mel emporge­hoben wird, sym­bol­isiert in erster Lin­ie den voll­ständi­gen Aus­bruch der Krankheit – und somit auch Sarahs voll­ständi­ge Loslö­sung von jeglichem Real­itäts­bezug.

Horse Girl bei Netflix: Die Erklärung des verrückten Endes (6)

Kol­le­gin Joan ist eine von Sarahs weni­gen Bezugsper­so­n­en in „Horse Girl” | © Net­flix

Auch hier behan­delt der Film seine Haupt­fig­ur fair, in dem er durch die Sich­tung des Pfer­des durch Sarahs Kol­le­gin Joan durch das Fen­ster des Bastel­ladens etwas andeutet: Aber­mals über­schnei­den sich Teile von Sarahs wahn­hafter Real­ität und der objek­tiv­en Real­ität, wenn sie sich verklei­det wie ihre Groß­mut­ter und sich mit ihrem Pferd auf den Weg macht.

„Ob das alles wirk­lich passiert, ist Inter­pre­ta­tion­ssache“, schließt „Horse Girl“-Autor Jeff Bae­na gegenüber MovieMak­er: „Es gibt nichts im Film, was in der objek­tiv­en Real­ität passiert. Alles hier geschieht in ein­er sub­jek­tiv­en Real­ität.“

„Horse Girls“ Botschaft: Für genau diese sub­jek­tive Real­ität, und sei sie noch so abge­hoben, gilt es mehr Ver­ständ­nis und Empathie zu entwick­eln.

(Video) 10 Bodybuilder, die viel zu weit gegangen sind

Wie hat Dir „Horse Girl“ gefall­en? Ver­rate es uns in den Kom­mentaren.

Titel­bild: © Net­flix

FAQs

Is Horse Girl true story? ›

Brie tells me that while the more abstract sci-fi threads are inspired by her own love of the genre, the mental-health aspect of Horse Girl is based on her real-life family history with paranoid schizophrenia and depression, as well as her resulting fears about her own psychology.

What happens at the end of Horse Girl? ›

The ending of Horse Girl has Sarah realizing that she is traveling through time. The real reason she looks so similar to her grandmother is that she is her own grandmother. She tells Ethan that she knows what she has to do – go and become her grandmother!

Is Horse Girl a good movie? ›

Brie's performance is open and honest and disturbing and funny and lovely and resonant. February 11, 2020 | Rating: 3.5/4 | Full Review… Ostensibly, this is a tragedy about mental illness... But "Horse Girl" is far more subversive and playful than just that, allowing for Sarah's peculiar reality to envelope our own.

Is Horse Girl about schizophrenia? ›

Just a few days before the film's premiere, Brie in an interview with Vulture shared that the mental-health aspect of Horse Girl is based on her real-life family history with paranoid schizophrenia and depression, as well as her resulting fears about her own psychology.

Is Horse Girl sad? ›

Horse Girl is an achingly sad movie about mental breakdown. In the first act of the film, I found the character development to be beautifully executed and I was rooting for Sarah.

What is the mental illness in Horse Girl? ›

Brie told Vulture.com that much of this film is based on her own struggles to come to terms with her “real-life family history with paranoid schizophrenia and depression.” Brie, much like the sufferers of other psychological issues, talks about the real terror she experiences from losing her own sanity and not ...

Is Horse Girl a time loop? ›

The time loop that Horse Girl has isn't a traditional loop though. It is instead a continual chain of events that starts when Sarah first experiences the aliens up until they take her away at the end. This loop would appear to continue past Horse Girl's ending if Sarah is her own grandmother.

What is Horse Girl plot? ›

Did Netflix remove Seasons of My Little Pony? ›

Equestria Daily - MLP Stuff!: Seasons 5-8 of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic Removed From Netflix in the USA.

How old is Horse Girl? ›

Horsegirl is the Chicago-based noisy rock trio of 17-18-year-olds Penelope Lowenstein (she/her), Nora Cheng (she/her), and Gigi Reece (they/them).

Did Kaley buy the horse? ›

The actress, who is also an avid animal rights advocate and equestrian, went on to offer to purchase Saint Boy. "Pure classless behavior right here.

Why Is All The Pretty horses rated R? ›

MPAA explanation: violence and some sexuality.

What does Horse Girl mean? ›

A Horse Girl is fiercely passionate about the animal, its care and its health. A Horse Girl loves the feeling that comes with just being near horses… not necessarily the ribbons that come from the show ring or the adrenaline of galloping and jumping.

What is the Horse Girl anime called? ›

Uma Musume Pretty Derby (Japanese: ウマ娘 プリティーダービー, Hepburn: Uma Musume Puritī Dābī, lit. "Horse Girl Pretty Derby") is a multimedia franchise created by Cygames.

What mental illness is Princess Carolyn? ›

The importance of the character Princess Carolyn specifically experiencing burnout is also notable. She generally acts as a foil to BoJack's self-sabotaging, unmotivated character.

What was Suzanne mental illness? ›

Borderline Personality Disorder as portrayed in Girl, Interrupted. Prior to the events of her memoir, it appears Susanna was primarily being treated for depression. While in the hospital, however, Susanna was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.

What gender does schizophrenia affect the most? ›

Women and men get this brain disorder in about the same numbers. Slightly more men get diagnosed with the condition. Women often get diagnosed later in life than men. In general, the clinical signs of schizophrenia are less severe for women.

Do horses feel sad? ›

Horses can feel happy, sad, frustrated, depressed, afraid, excited… a whole wide range! They are masters at hiding their emotions, however, especially if you don't know what you're looking for! Getting to know a horse well helps you key into his emotions.

Can horses feel if you're sad? ›

What emotions do horses have? Horses feel both their own feelings and yours, too. Horses feel anger, jealousy, sadness, loss, joy, happiness, “the blues,” and are capable of developing very deep bonds with the right person.

Do horses get sad? ›

A growing body of research suggests that horses can enter a depression-like state as a reaction to their environment or chronic pain. Research from France suggests that horses can develop something akin to depression in response to social or physical discomfort.

What is OCD in a horse? ›

Osteochondrosis (osteochondrosis dissecans; OCD) is a disease syndrome of growing cartilage related to different clinical entities such as epiphysitis, subchondral cysts and angular carpal deformities, which occurs in growing animals of all species, including horses.

What is equine autism? ›

Multiple Congenital Ocular Anomalies (MCOA, formerly called Anterior Segment Dysgenesis (ASD)) is an inherited eye disease of horses. The disease is congenital (present at birth) and generally does not progress in severity over the lifespan of an affected horse.

What is ballerina syndrome in horses? ›

So called 'Ballerina Syndrome' refers to a foal that stands on tiptoe, heels off the ground. The hoof pastern axis (HPA ) becomes broken forward to varying degrees. This condition can develop rapidly; the deep digital flexor tendon (DD FT) is primarily involved.

Is equestrian mixed gender? ›

In equestrian sports, male and female riders compete against each other in eventing, dressage and show jumping disciplines. Female jockeys compete alongside male ones in horse racing, though they constitute a minority of jockeys overall.

How old is Bella Rose horse? ›

Werth was in tears as she partnered with Bella after so long and following so many struggles for the horse, now 14. "A dream came true.

Are horses difficult to animate? ›

Horses, like all quadrupeds, are much more challenging to animate than bipeds like humans. “As soon as you have more legs, you have a lot of options. You need to put more thought into 'when does which leg does what,'” Alice Ruppert told me.

What does Sarah in Horse Girl have? ›

The film shows us, with patience and empathy, that Sarah seems to be battling an unnamed mental illness. It seems to be schizophrenia. Brie said at the Sundance Film Festival premiere of Horse Girl that her grandmother had schizophrenia, and that she has also lived in fear of it.

Who is the woman who punched the horse? ›

Sarah Moulds, who used to work for the Mowbray Education Trust, appeared before Lincoln Crown Court this afternoon accused of causing unnecessary suffering to a grey pony called Bruce Almighty in Lincolnshire. The alleged incident, which was filmed and went viral online, late last year.

Who is Gary in Horse Girl? ›

Horse Girl (2020) - Paul Reiser as Gary - IMDb.

Why does Netflix remove shows? ›

Netflix licenses TV shows and movies from studios around the world. Though we strive to keep the titles you want to watch, some titles do leave Netflix because of licensing agreements.

Is My Little Pony Pony life Cancelled? ›

My Little Pony: Pony Life is an animated children's television series that aired on Discovery Family from November 7, 2020 to May 22, 2021. It is based on Hasbro's My Little Pony franchise.

Did Netflix Buy My Little Pony? ›

The animated family movie was set for a theatrical release but will now debut on Netflix. The upcoming My Little Pony movie has been bought by Netflix.

How old is the oldest pony? ›

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the oldest pony was named Sugar Puff. He lived to 56 years old. Sugar Puff was a Shetland-Exmoor pony.

Who is Kaley Cuocos best friend? ›

Kaley Cuoco and Zosia Mamet form one of the closes friendships in the entertainment industry, not only playing best friends on screen, but portraying that same role for each other in real life.

Who bought Saint Boy? ›

An avid equestrian herself, Cuoco expressed her wish to buy the 15-year-old gelding Saint Boy after his experience at the Olympic Games. Germany's Annika Schleu, who until the show jumping stage was leading the event, was paired with Saint Boy.

Who was the true owner of the horse? ›

Answers. John Byro was the real owner of the white horse. He was a farmer. On a visit to Aram's house he complained of his loss to uncle Khosrove.

Is Pretty Woman inappropriate? ›

Parents need to know that this film contains adult themes, strong sexual references, and sexual imagery. Prostitution is one of the main issues dealt with in the movie. There are scenes of scantly-clad women, drug dealing, tobacco and alcohol use, and an incident of attempted rape. There is also occasional profanity.

Is La La Land appropriate for 11 year olds? ›

La La Land is rated PG-13 by the MPAA for some language. Violence: Heated discussions occur between cohabitating man and woman.

Can a 10 year old watch La La Land? ›

But La La Land also has valuable themes about being true to yourself and staying dedicated to your goals. It's also just a complete blast to watch, and it's my pick for the best movie of 2016. I'd say it's suitable for viewers around 7 or 8 and older.

How much does the horse cost? ›

Horses can cost anywhere from $500 to $3,000 depending on their pedigree, performance record, and good manners. The bigger the budget, the more options you have as a horse owner to choose from. Besides the initial purchase of the horse itself, there are costs towards hay, feed, veterinary exams, training, and grooming.

How long do horses live? ›

Lifespan of Horses

The average lifespan of a domesticated horse is 25 to 30 years old. The average for Mustangs and other horses in the wild is typically closer to 15 years. Domesticated horses tend to live longer because veterinarians can address their medical conditions and dietary needs.

Do horses have genders? ›

Male horses – known as stallions, geldings or colts depending on whether their manhood is still intact – far outnumber females – called fillies – on the track. In British flat racing, 63% of horses are male, while 37% are female.

Do Uma Musume have ears? ›

Horse Girls (ウマ娘, Uma Musume) are the reincarnations of racehorses from another world. Their fate is to forever run towards their goals. Visibly, horse girls are human girls who possess horse features. They have horse ears instead of a human's and a tail that matches their hair color.

Is horse girl a horror? ›

Horse Girl is a 2020 American psychological drama film directed and produced by Jeff Baena, from a screenplay written by Baena and Alison Brie.

What anime has a cat girl? ›

Eris (Cat Planet Cuties) A light novel, manga, and anime series, Cat Planet Cuties (あそびにいくヨ!, Asobi ni Iku Yo!, lit. "Let's Go Play!") tells the story of Kio Kakazu and how, after attending a family funeral, meets an alien catgirl named Eris who seeks to learn about Earth and its inhabitants.

Is skateboard girl based on a true story? ›

The filmmakers say it's a fictionalized account of stories of skateboarding girls in India. But Gond says it's her story and that the filmmakers never got her permission — even though they met her. "The things that they've shown in the trailer have actually happened to me," she told NPR in a phone interview.

Does Melissa Joan Hart know how do you ride horses? ›

I do! When I was little, there was one summer that my parents afforded horseback riding lessons for me and I rode a horse named Sprinkles.

Who was the youngest person to do a 540 on a skateboard? ›

Sabre Norris is a 9-year-old surf and skate prodigy and a name you will want to remember. Granted, it's not an easy name to forget, but this is an Australian girl who is destined to be the first athlete to rule both sports.

Who is the owner of Girl Skateboards? ›

Girl Skateboards CEO Megan Baltimore details partnership with Altamont Capital Partners. Founded in 1993, Girl Skateboards remains one of the most cherished and respected brands in our industry.

Who is the youngest girl skater? ›

Sky Brown (スカイ・ブラウン, Sukai Buraun, born 7 July 2008) is a British-Japanese professional skateboarder and surfer who competes for Great Britain. She is the youngest professional skateboarder in the world, and has also won the American TV programme Dancing with the Stars: Juniors.

Did they used to hurt horses in movies? ›

Animal Rights have not always been in existence; therefore, many animals have been abused, injured, and killed during the making of movies. Some of the most heinous cases of animal abuse and neglect noted in filmmaking involve horses.

What happened to the teacher that hit the horse? ›

Ms Moulds, who spoke only to confirm her name during the hearing, was granted unconditional bail until her new trial date. The RSPCA prosecuted Ms Moulds after video footage filmed by hunt saboteurs was shared on Twitter.

Did Taylor Swift stand on a horse? ›

Taylor Swift Really Stood On A Horse And 7 Other Secrets From 'Blank Space' Yes, she stood on a horse.

Did the cast of Heartland know how do you ride horses? ›

If you're a fan of Heartland, then you know there is a lot of horseback riding involved! While some of the actors do most of their own riding, the more dangerous riding is always done by stunt doubles.

Can Julia Roberts ride horse? ›

As far back as early childhood, Julia Roberts has had a love for barrel racing that she continues to pursue today. Not only does Julia continue to ride her horses on her ranch in New Mexico, but she even filmed a documentary in Mongolia titled Wild Horses of Mongolia. What is this?

Can Scarlett Johansson ride a horse? ›

Though Scarlett played a skilled horseback rider, she admitted at the time that she had no training prior to taking on the movie. “I didn't know what I was doing and I was very unsure of myself,” Johansson told ET.

Videos

1. Britney Spears - Till The World Ends (Official Video)
(Britney Spears)
2. 10 seltsame Fahrstuhl-Momente, die auf Kamera festgehalten wurden
(Wissenswert)
3. wenn du WOW sagst VERLIERST DU.. (gegen Oduman)
(AviveHD)
4. Die schlimmsten Eltern der Welt
(Wissenswert)
5. Lil Dicky - Earth (Official Music Video)
(Lil Dicky)
6. Wenn du dich richtig entscheidest, gewinnst du 10 MILLIONEN Euro
(Wissenswert)
Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Allyn Kozey

Last Updated: 01/22/2023

Views: 5656

Rating: 4.2 / 5 (43 voted)

Reviews: 90% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Allyn Kozey

Birthday: 1993-12-21

Address: Suite 454 40343 Larson Union, Port Melia, TX 16164

Phone: +2456904400762

Job: Investor Administrator

Hobby: Sketching, Puzzles, Pet, Mountaineering, Skydiving, Dowsing, Sports

Introduction: My name is Allyn Kozey, I am a outstanding, colorful, adventurous, encouraging, zealous, tender, helpful person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.