In a futuristic society where corporations have replaced countries, the violent game of Rollerball is used to control the populace by demonstrating the futility of individuality. However, one player, Jonathan E., rises to the top, fights for his personal freedom, and threatens the corporate control. Written by
Jeff Hansen <email@example.com>
In the not-too-distant future, wars will no longer exist. But there WILL be...The Game.
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Did You Know?
The game sequences were filmed in the Olympic Basketball Arena in Munich. Munich citizens were invited to the filming to serve as spectators to the games. Norman Jewison
intended the movie to be anti violence, but audiences so loved the action of the game that there was actually talk about forming rollerball leagues in the wake of the film which horrified him. See more
Only one arena was used, but for the match that was supposed to be set in Tokyo the scoreboard still showed "HOU" as the first team. The Japanese are known to be polite, but they would not have put their name of the visiting team up first. See more
What do you want books for? Look Johnny, if you wanna learn somethin', just get a Corporate Teacher to come and teach it to ya'. Use yer Privilege Card.
Adagio for Strings and Organ in G minor
composed by Tomaso Albinoni
by Tomaso Albinoni
(as Albinoni) - Remo Giazotto (as Giazotto)
Published by G. Ricordi & Company (London) Limited on its own behalf and on behalf of G. Ricordi & C.s.p.a. of 2,
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