Four marathon runners (one from England, one from the U.S., a Czechoslovakian, and an Australian Aborigine) prepare to run in the Olympic games. The film follows each one and shows what their motivations are for running in the games.
On a secretive outing to a bizarre strip club, Tom Kingsford, (Tom Sizemore) is unaware that his life is about to take a dramatic turn. Club owner and real estate mogul, William O'Toole (... See full summary »
The soundtrack for this 1981 movie was only available on vinyl until it was released on CD for the first time by Ripple Records in October 2002. The soundtrack can be purchased from them autographed by its composer, former Rolling Stone Bill Wyman. See more »
When I first saw this movie , and I only saw it the one time, I was highly intoxicated with placidyl and early times but I have remembered it through out the years as one of the best pictures that I have ever seen. Though high I remember quite a bit of the story and plot. When I saw it, I had been at the set of a movie called Steel that was filmed somewhat in Lexington ,KY with Lee Majors, and one of the stunt men was killed in a fall scene.That stuck with me, and when I saw Green Ice it all returned, and at the time that I saw GI I felt as though that it was me dangling on the end of that rope when they were making their escape. It is a movie that I will always remember and wish that I could see it just once more in the state that I was in when I first saw it!
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