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Over the Limit is a movie starring Yana Kudryavtseva, Margarita Mamun, and Irina Viner. An intimate portrait of the world's most outstanding rhythmic gymnast Margarita Mamun who needs to overcome mental fragility to take part in the...

Genres
Sport, Documentary
Director
Marta Prus
Starring
Margarita Mamun, Yana Kudryavtseva, Irina Viner, Amina Zaripova

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Genres Sport, Documentary
Director Marta Prus
Writer Marta Prus
Stars Margarita Mamun, Yana Kudryavtseva, Irina Viner, Amina Zaripova
Country Finland, Germany, Poland, France
Also Known As オーバー・ザ・リミット/新体操の女王マムーンの軌跡, Jenseits des Limits, Túl minden határon, Over the limit
Runtime 1 h 14 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 An intimate portrait of the world's most outstanding rhythmic gymnast Margarita Mamun, the main representative of the prestigious Russian National Team. The film presents a groundbreaking year in her life, from the 2015 World Championships to the 2016 Olympic Games. The gymnast has the chance of a lifetime to become an Olympic champion, competing with the best friend from her club, Yana Kudryavtseva. Owing to coach Irina Viner, rhythmic gymnastics in Russia is much more than just a sport discipline. It is a hermetic world and a source of great fame for gymnasts. The story about Margarita Mamun acts as a parable of the training system created by Irina Viner. What does it mean to live constantly under the pressure of expectations? Over the Limit is a film about a struggle for dreams and the solitude of a distinguished individual.

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Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 00:15

In "Remember the Titans," there's a great story about how a small group of former high school basketball players are now running a small college basketball team in an under-appreciated college town. But this is not the first time a documentary has explored the issue of under-appreciation of the men who played in the sport that has given so much to our country. In "The Final Season," a documentary about the 1992 Atlanta Dream, the basketball team was facing an over-the-hill player (a player whose body is in serious decline, and who is now out of basketball) in the national championship game. The movie found that Georgia was the only state that had not honored the player, and the most they could do was give him a few bucks for the one-time cost of the game. What would have happened to the team if they had won the championship? In this documentary, the answer is found: they would have been rewarded for their efforts and would have been given a check for their winnings. There's an interesting look at the teams and players in "The Final Season" and how they dealt with the situation. But that's not the whole story. The real story is that the men who played in this film were a lot like the men in the documentary. They all came from small towns and went to school in Atlanta. But they also had to overcome obstacles and came up against adversity along the way. This is the kind of film that I think every coach should watch. It's well-made, and it is the kind of film that should be shown at the high school and college levels to show the reality of the struggle that has gone into the lives of these men. But, most importantly, it's an important story for the athletes of today, because it's the kind of story that the youth of today, because of the money, have no choice but to watch. The lessons they learn from it are valuable. But this is just the beginning. "The Final Season" is a great movie, and I hope it will be shown more often.


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