Life and times of Steve Prefontaine, a young long-distance runner from Oregon who pursued the dream of Olympic gold in Munich and became one of the biggest, yet most tragic sport stars in America.Written by
Dragan Antulov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
At least five people who Prefontaine knew spoke about his experience of running throughout the film. See more »
In actual footage of the Munich Olympics, the runners' numbers are on their backs. The actors have numbers on the fronts of their jerseys. See more »
Pre turned distance running into a blood sport. You wanna know what he meant to folks around here? What was it
kids said back then? "You just had to be there."
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The day I saw this film I was trying to steer clear of doing work my father wanted me to do. So I stayed in my mother's room and watched it. I was at first flipping through the channels then I saw "Prefontaine". I had heard of it so I started watching it. I was going to turn the channel, but something made me not. I was so interested in this movie. I liked it a lot. It isn't one of my favorite movies, but it is good enough to watch. After I saw it I put on my shoes and tried to run as fast as I could. It was a good movie!
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