117 minutes


Action and Adventure, Biopics, Drama, Sport


English / French / German / Italian

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The epic rivalry between Formula One drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda is the subject of this exhilarating drama from Apollo 13 director Howard. Though the racing footage is spectacular, it's as much about the demons that drive the men as the men that drive the cars, and the taut script by Peter Morgan deftly outlines their clashing characters. Hunt was a playboy famed for his drinking and womanising, while Lauda was a methodical perfectionist - and both risked death for the sport they loved. A genuinely thrilling ride.


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Contains strong language, sex and bloody injury detail

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