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Watch 3100: Run and Become

What if running could lead to enlightenment? 3100: Run and Become follows an unassuming Finnish paperboy in the Self-Transcendence 3100 Miler - the world's longest race. His story takes the viewer around the world to the Kalahari Desert, the mountain temples of Japan and the Navajo Reservation.

Sanjay Rawal

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Sanjay Rawal
Country USA
Also Known As 3100, Why We Run, 3100, Run and Become, 3100: Correr y ser, 3100 Meilen: Laufen für die Seele
Runtime 1 h 20 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

Top reviews

Sunday, 16 Aug 2020 23:06

Running to work and going to school in some of the poorest areas of this country, I saw many children struggling to learn in the harshest environments. One child I knew could not read or write. He could not even read a few lines of his own name. I can understand why the schools were so bad, but I am concerned about the future of children like him. One of the things that the film highlighted was that not all of the schools are bad. Some of them are really good. They have facilities, teachers and, most importantly, a sense of community. The school where I attended was a really good one. I was very impressed. They had an activity room for their kids to play in. They also had a lot of ethnic students that looked like they were from the communities in which they were located. When a young boy was sick, the teacher brought him to the school where he was going to see a doctor. They even took him to the local church where he could receive help. He ended up getting well. One of the teachers in the school was African-American. She started off in the classroom as a counselor, but was soon teaching. She taught her students how to read, write, and do basic math. She also showed them how to use a pencil, pencil sharpener, and how to make a pencil holder. They taught her how to ask questions. She taught her students how to read and write in English, how to write for their own benefit, and how to read and write in Spanish. All of the students, especially the African-American students, were very proud of her. In some schools, this teacher was the only one teaching. She was a model teacher. The other teachers in the school were not only there to help the students, but they also helped their students. The teacher at the school I attended was very proud of her students. The teachers at the school where I attended were just as proud of their students. This was a good film for the public to see. This was one of the best films I have seen about how some schools in America are doing things right. I hope that other states and schools do not neglect these schools and children. If they do, I think that the schools are going to fall into the hands of corporations that want to keep the schools down and not have good teachers. This film gave me hope that there are some good schools in America. I do not believe that there are very good schools in America. There are a lot of poor schools, but there are also a lot of good schools. The schools that are doing good things are the ones that are doing things right. I hope that other schools do not abandon these children.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 13:24

As a kid growing up in the late 80s and early 90s, I remember my best friends and I always asked for the soundtrack to "Run and Become". And since I was a big fan of the movie and grew up with the soundtrack, it was only natural for me to watch it on DVD, and of course, I was never disappointed. The film is about a group of black teens growing up in the 80s in a suburb of New York City. And it's not just a story of the main character's problems, but of the lives of his friends and family as well. It's not the most fun film you'll ever watch, but it's important to remember that this is a story about people, and how they were dealing with the struggles of growing up. It's not a musical or an advertisement for some famous rapper, it's about real people, not some fictional character that comes out of nowhere and disappears. It's about being a kid in a big city, the dangers and the issues of drugs and gangs, the difficulties of being black and the problems of being a teenager. The soundtrack is good, but I think the soundtrack is the highlight of the movie. The majority of the songs were very personal, and not only for the main character, but for all of the characters. I was reminded of how much I miss the music of the 80s, and how much I miss the songs. The scenes of the music video were also very touching. You can see it's not just an advertisement for a popular rapper, but about the struggles of being a teenager, and it's the most personal music videos ever made. "Run and Become" is a very personal movie, and I think the soundtrack will stay with you for a very long time. So if you're not familiar with the music of the 80s, or if you're not a huge fan of the movie, I think you should watch the soundtrack first. 7/10

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