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Breaking and Entering (2010)

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Explores the lives of would-be record-breakers as they pursue their dreams of fame and fortune, sometimes both, usually neither.






Cast overview, first billed only:
George Hood ...
Himself - Longest Static Spin Cycling Marathon
Michal Kapral ...
Himself - Fastest Marathon While Juggling 3 Objects
Steve Spalding ...
Himself - Grape Catcher
Ashrita Furman ...
Himself - Holder of Most World Records in Guinness Book
Paul Tavilla ...
Himself - The Grape Catcher
Boo McAfee ...
Himself - Longest Drumming Marathon, 738 hours
Zach Warren ...
Himself - Joggler
Stuart Claxton ...
Himself -Guinness World Records Chief Adjudicator
Christopher Camp ...
Himself - Most Bull Whip Cracks in One Minute, 222 (as Chris Camp)
Jan Piotr Krutewicz ...
Himself - World's Smallest Telephone (as Fr. Jan Piotr Krutewicz)
Al Gliniecki ...
Himself - Most Cherry Stems Tied with Tongue in 1 Minute, 12; In One Hour 911
Johnny Rabb ...
Himself - Most Drumbeats Played in One Minute, 1,026
Wilson Casey ...
Himself - Longest Radio Trivia Broadcast, 30 Hours
Michael Kettman ...
Himself - Most Basketballs Spun Simultaneously, 28
Robert Speca ...
Himself - Most Dominoes Toppled, 111,111


Some say that to embrace one's greatest talent is to make the world a better place. Others see a grown man spinning a sixteen-foot hula hoop and snicker about trivial obsessions. Breaking world records is a mysteriously seductive tradition, alternately inspiring, reckless, and bizarre. Follow a joggler, a grape catcher, and a man who cycles nowhere as they battle the odds - and their respective nemeses - in pursuit of global dominance. Since when is it trivial to dream? Written by Anonymous

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Fame. Fortune. Usually Neither.



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14 January 2011 (USA)  »

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Amazing documentary of extreme human instinct
5 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

Records were made to be broken, and this movie highlights just how far people will go to prove they are the best in the world at something. It highlights the very basic human instinct to achieve something no one has accomplished before. The movie uses seemingly average human examples and shows how this desire drives them to go well beyond what most of us would be willing to endure just to have their name in the world renowned book of Guiness World Records. These wonderfully constructed stories somehow accomplish making the viewer both empathetic to their obsessions, yet at the same time inspired by their will to accomplish their goals.

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