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Three Seconds (2017)

Dvizhenie vverkh (original title)
Going Vertical is a film based on real events that occurred in 1972 Olympic Games in Munich. It focuses on a legendary final battle between USSR and USA basketball teams.

Director:

Anton Megerdichev

Writers:

Sergey Belov (book), Aleksandr Konovalov (book) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Vladimir Mashkov ... Vladimir Garanzhin
John Savage ... Hank Aiba
Marat Basharov Marat Basharov ... Tereschenko
Sergey Garmash ... Sergey Pavlov, head of Goskomsport
Ivan Kolesnikov Ivan Kolesnikov ... Aleksander Belov
Otar Lortkipanidze Otar Lortkipanidze ... Mikhail Korkia
Irakli Mikava Irakli Mikava ... Zourab Sakandelidze
Aleksandra Revenko ... Aleksandra Ovchinnikova
Aleksandr Ryapolov Aleksandr Ryapolov ... Alzhan Zharmukhamedov
James Tratas ... Modestas Paulauskas
Kirill Zaytsev ... Sergey Belov
Andrey Smolyakov ... Sergey Bashkin
Ivan Orlov Ivan Orlov ... Sergey Kovalenko
Egor Klimovich Egor Klimovich ... Aleksander Boloshev
Dmitriy Frid Dmitriy Frid ... Referee
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Storyline

The film tells us about the incredible events that occurred at the 1972 Olympics in Munich. The USSR basketball team was able to defeat the unbeatable Americans in the final of the basketball tournament. Three seconds before the end of the match, the Americans led by one point advantage. The Americans have already begun to rejoice in the victory, they were sure that in these three seconds the outcome of the match will not change. But not only the outcome of the match changed, but the whole basketball history. Written by Peter-Patrick76 (peter-patrick@mail.com)

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Genres:

Drama | Sport

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Trivia

The last scenes of the film - the scenes of the final match of the 1972 Olympic Games basketball tournament between the USSR and the US national teams - were filmed in the first filming days. Instead of a crowd of fans, advertising and other attributes of the Munich match, the shooting technique used the "chromakey" technology. See more »

Goofs

The coach of the USSR team was told to win over the USA in the finals otherwise he will be let gone. However in real life the target was to come to the finals, which finally happened. See more »

Quotes

Vladimir Garanzhin: Play for yourself and for Sashka! For yourself and for Sashka!
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Deserves 8/10 at least.
23 February 2020 | by dzayecSee all my reviews

Great movie about that olympic game. If you think theres misinformation in this movie, google the 1972 olympic basketball final.


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Country:

Russia

Release Date:

28 December 2017 (Russia) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Russia See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$7,500,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$59,884,997
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Three T Productions See more »
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Color
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