TT3D: Closer to the Edge

TT3D: Closer to the Edge
TT3D: Closer to the Edge




103 minutes


Documentary, Sport



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This thrilling documentary centres on the most dangerous race in history - the Isle of Man TT - a ferocious 100-year-old motorbike battle on the public roads of a rural British island. The 3D effect revs up a unique ride for viewers - tightly tracking finely tuned machines as they carve through a breathtaking landscape at speeds of 200 mph. Whilst the high-octane visuals and course history are key components, the real engine of the film is the riders themselves. Discovering why these speed demons are willing to make the ultimate sacrifice is a surprisingly vitalising journey. It is a consistently funny one too thanks to "People's Champion" Guy Martin - a top racer who welds race-day intensity with an endearing child-like joy of life.


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15 Classification

Contains strong language.

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