On Thin Ice (2019)

Athletes who have struggled for acceptance due to race, religion, sexual orientation, and other prejudices, endure conflict in their quest to level the playing field.
  • 7.3 /10.0 IMDB Rating:
  • DatePublished:
  • 2018-09-07 Added:
  • Writer:
  • Keli Price, Director:
  • Melissa Goldsmith, Jamie Brooks Price, Nikko Price, Jared Safier, Producer:

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10 / 10

Moved me to tears

We're all human and we all struggle for relevance and acceptance. This film peals-back the layers of discrimination that often dictate our fate in sport and in life. It's a thought-provoking and moving tribute to the outcast or marginalized trail-blazers who often pave the way for others at their own expense, not because they're less gifted, but because they're somehow different. As frustrating and invasive as it is to be confronted with the reality of discrimination head-on, this film gives us hope that things can and will change.

10 / 10

Relevant today more than ever!

The opening narrative delivered by the first time director was passionate and beautifully crafted and each and every one of these brave athletes deserve praise for coming forward and sharing their stories.Very important message that is even more relevant today!I suggest everyone watch On Thin Ice...

10 / 10


'On Thin ice' is my favorite documentary of 2019. I came across it on Amazon and I'm glad I did. This is the kind of movie that everyone should see. The director crafts an incredible story about facing your fears and using past hardships to better yourself and society. These athletes in the film are exceptional and their bravery is aspirational to say the least.

10 / 10


This is a must see! This film highlights the struggles we face as a society to look past certain stigmas and give every person, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, or country of origin, the opportunity to compete and acheieve success at the highest levels of their craft.

10 / 10

A must see film!!!

This is a very important film for our time. Many would think that bigotry, prejudice and homophobia was almost non existent...watch this film. Well done!