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350 Days is a movie starring Bret Hart, Billy Graham, and Greg Valentine. 350 Days peels back the curtain on the severe toll pro wrestlers endured on the road 350 days a year, a toll on their bodies, families, and psyches.

Sport, Documentary
Fulvio Cecere
Jimmy Snuka, Billy Graham, Greg Valentine, Bret Hart

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Genres Sport, Documentary
Director Fulvio Cecere
Stars Jimmy Snuka, Billy Graham, Greg Valentine, Bret Hart
Country USA, Canada
Also Known As 350 Days - Legends. Champions. Survivors
Runtime 1 h 48 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description 350 Days peels back the curtain on the severe toll pro wrestlers endured on the road 350 days a year, a toll on their bodies, families, and psyches.

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Wednesday, 05 Aug 2020 01:40

On a rainy afternoon in 2003, I saw this movie in the theatre. I had no prior knowledge of it, and I'm glad I didn't. The title "First I Heard of It" is misleading. The movie is not about the Zodiac. The movie is about the police investigation into the Zodiac killings of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The Zodiac murders were a sad and highly unusual case that has baffled the scientific community for many years. The film, which is not a documentary, is largely based on interviews with various Zodiac investigators. It is a fascinating and compelling film, and it's certainly worth seeing. The Zodiac killings have become somewhat of a literary legend. Even though it's not a novel, the murders of these young men have become an urban legend in their own right. The Zodiac murders became a popular subject for writers, but there is a lot of misinformation out there about them. The movie, though, shows a lot of information about the investigation into the murders, and it's a great film. I was particularly interested in hearing from Richard DeMunn, who was the chief investigator on the case. He explained that they never actually had the Zodiac murder on tape, but the police did obtain tapes. The police tried to get the tape from the Zodiac, but they were unsuccessful. They also tried to get a copy of the tape from the FBI, but they were unsuccessful. This film does an excellent job of presenting the history of the investigation and the story of the Zodiac murders. The story of the Zodiac murders is also told through interviews with various investigators. This documentary is fascinating. I would recommend it to anyone.
Friday, 01 May 2020 09:28

I remember seeing this film in the theater when it came out, and not being able to figure out why it got such a bad reception. But after I watched it again on DVD, I realize that it's the perfect example of how to make a great documentary. The film starts with a news crew in New York, interviewing a woman who's given birth to her third child. The mother, Laura, tells the reporter about the difficulties she had with her doctor, who is clearly in charge of her. The doctor tells her that the baby is just a normal boy, but after the birth, his name is changed to Kai, and Laura is told that she can't have him. Kai is taken from her, and her baby, whose name is Evie, is taken from the parents. The couple are soon in a car accident and Laura goes to the hospital, where she finds out that Evie is not Kai. After this, the film continues in a great way. There are lots of interviews with Laura, and Kai, and lots of stories that the viewer can get involved in. The scenes that Laura is at the hospital are very touching, and the way that the interviews are handled, with the camera rolling, makes the film feel real. In the end, I felt that the film was very powerful, and I could see that this was a very personal film, which is not very often you see. I also feel that this is the perfect example of how to make a great documentary, because it does not pretend to be a documentary, but it does what documentary films are supposed to do, and it tells a story, without ever talking down to the viewer.

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