Have you ever taken a run down Payday at Park City Mountain Resort and been inspired by the sitskiers tearing it up with the National Ability Center? The Movement, a film by the folks at Make A Hero, is a tribute to those skiers and details the dramatic struggle of a man as he returns to the snow—joining the ranks of adaptive sports athletes.

Premiering at The Depot this Thursday on Nov. 3 at 7 p.m. and at The Egyptian Theater in Park City on Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m., the film features the world’s top athletes in adaptive sports and is narrated by Hollywood legend, Robert Redford, and ski film pioneer, Warren Miller.

It chronicles the story Rick Finkelstein, who was paralyzed in a ski accident on Aspen Mountain. Though he wasn’t expected to live, Rick eventually returns to Aspen, where he joins the uprising of athletes that refuse to give in to the word, “never.”

Tickets to the premier are $12 for general admission, or $50 for VIP and are available at smithstix.com. For more information on the movie and the Make A Hero NPO, visit http://www.makeahero.org.evohst.org/

Watch the trailer for the film below.