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Road Review

10 June 2014 6:00 AM, PDT | | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Michael Hewitt and Dermot Lavery’s emotionally charged documentary Road, is one not too far removed from that of TT3D: Closer to the Edge, which hit our cinema screens back in just 2011. However to cover this territory again is by no means a bad thing, as it makes for such intrinsically absorbing cinema. These racers are courageously dancing with death and this is no fictional account, these are not written characters. It may seem like a movie, or a video game, but Road serves as a painful reminder that this is real life.

In this instance, we’re exploring motorcycle road racing through the Dunlop family, who have dominated the headlines in the sport for the past four decades. The story begins with Joey Dunlop, who rose to prominence in 1970s, going on to achieve much success across an illustrious career in the sport. His younger brother Robert was also unusually gifted, »

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