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With London 2012 on the horizon, Chariots of Fire tells the story of British success at a much older Olympics - the Paris Games of 1924. This rousing film is based on the mixed fortunes of two ambitious runners - Eric Liddell, a Christian missionary from Scotland who refused to run on Sundays, and Harold Abrahams, a Jewish athlete battling anti-Semitism. The struggles and triumphs of these very different but equally talented men make this one of movie history's best-loved sports films.
British director Tony Richardson's hard-hitting coming of age tale stars Tom Courtenay as a working class kid whose athletic talent sets him apart.
11+ years 104 mins
Cheerful comedy about how hot and sunny Jamaica came to enter a bobsled team in the 1988 Winter Olympics.
7–14 years 94 mins
Tough, emotionally powerful film about a down-on-his luck boxer who gets an unexpected chance at becoming a pro fighter.
11+ years 115 mins
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Into Film Ambassador Eddie Redmayne sat down with one of our young reporters to discuss his new film, and emphasise why he supports our work at Into Film.
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