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Hood to Coast (2011)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 11 January 2011 (USA)
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HOOD TO COAST follows four unlikely teams on their epic journey to conquer the world's largest relay race. From a 67-year-old heart attack survivor determined to conquer the race that ... See full summary »

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Margaret Lily Andres ...
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Jason Baldwin ...
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Rachel Larsen ...
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Jenny Macy ...
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HOOD TO COAST follows four unlikely teams on their epic journey to conquer the world's largest relay race. From a 67-year-old heart attack survivor determined to conquer the race that almost killed her, to a rookie team of animators who are utterly unprepared for the 197 mile long adventure, this character-driven documentary takes a celebratory look at personal motivation and attempting the extraordinary. Written by Anonymous

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Inspiring
15 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a fantastic movie and one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. Many documentaries, while informative, can get depressing and this one is quite the opposite. I challenge you to watch this movie and not fall in love with the quirky characters and beautiful Oregon landscape. Also, try not get motivated to start exercising...another common side effect of the Hood to Coast movie!

The movie follows 4-5 teams through a grueling 197 mile running relay, chronicling their preparation (or lack thereof) and race experience. It explores what motivates people to race and the importance of relationships in accomplishing extraordinary tasks.


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