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Over the Limit is a movie starring Yana Kudryavtseva, Margarita Mamun, and Irina Viner. An intimate portrait of the world's most outstanding rhythmic gymnast Margarita Mamun who needs to overcome mental fragility to take part in the...

Genres
Documentary, Sport
Director
Marta Prus
Starring
Yana Kudryavtseva, Margarita Mamun, Irina Viner, Amina Zaripova

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Product details

Genres Documentary, Sport
Director Marta Prus
Writer Marta Prus
Stars Yana Kudryavtseva, Margarita Mamun, Irina Viner, Amina Zaripova
Country France, Finland, Poland, Germany
Also Known As Jenseits des Limits, Túl minden határon, Over the limit
Runtime 1 h 14 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An intimate portrait of the world's most outstanding rhythmic gymnast Margarita Mamun, the main representative of the prestigious Russian National Team. The film presents a groundbreaking year in her life, from the 2015 World Championships to the 2016 Olympic Games. The gymnast has the chance of a lifetime to become an Olympic champion, competing with the best friend from her club, Yana Kudryavtseva. Owing to coach Irina Viner, rhythmic gymnastics in Russia is much more than just a sport discipline. It is a hermetic world and a source of great fame for gymnasts. The story about Margarita Mamun acts as a parable of the training system created by Irina Viner. What does it mean to live constantly under the pressure of expectations? Over the Limit is a film about a struggle for dreams and the solitude of a distinguished individual.

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Monday, 06 Apr 2020 12:02

The American Film Institute's Student Film Program is proud to present this independent film that presents how the U.S. Army trains troops to fight. Director-Andrew K. Steinhaus brings us this powerful and heartbreaking documentary about how soldiers in the Army learn to kill and destroy in war. This is a deeply disturbing and disturbing film. In a particularly disturbing scene, the Army forces a soldier to take a bottle of white pills, and when he refuses, he is stripped of his equipment and forced to march back to base. After a moment, the soldier is placed in an armored car and driven to an Army base. While waiting in line to be processed, he is shown being beaten and abused. At the base, he is forced to urinate on himself and take a shower with other soldiers. The Army doctors have him walk in and out of an operating room in the middle of the night and have him driven back to base for treatment. The final scene in the film shows him being forced to run a marathon and has to be kicked from the course. These are the types of events that the Army is taught to help soldiers learn how to do in combat. He is taught to kill people, but he doesn't understand the meaning of what it means. The Army doesn't have a real way to tell the soldiers to kill, and they are taught that it is okay to kill. The film follows many soldiers throughout the course of the film. These include a soldier who was left for dead, a soldier who was forced to commit suicide, and a soldier who was forced to take off his armor and stand naked in the desert with the enemy. The army would rather soldiers not be told how to kill. They also teach them that it is okay to kill without giving any rules to follow. Most of the soldiers in the film show themselves to be deeply disturbed, and the Army even tries to force them to kill themselves. They do it because they don't want to be known for killing. They feel like they are being forced to kill themselves. While there are some very good scenes in the film, most of the soldiers are disgusted by the Army's tactics. They are shown screaming and crying while the soldiers are mocking them. They are shown being humiliated by their commanders and yelled at by their peers. Many soldiers who are in the film have never been in combat. This is a message that the Army is trying to get across. Most of the soldiers have no desire to go through the entire training course, but they are also shown that they are not ready for the horrors they will face in combat. Many of the soldiers in the film are very young
Friday, 20 Mar 2020 12:09

From the opening of "The Kids Are Alright" to the end, it is a fascinating film. I was impressed with how they framed the music and how it was placed in the film. There were many powerful moments and all of the actors were wonderful. One of the more disturbing scenes, was when Lee and Alex were watching the whole thing. It's clear that Alex was actually enjoying the movie and did not want Lee to leave. There were moments in the movie that made you feel like you were there. But there were also scenes that made you think. They focused on the parenting of Alex and Lee and how it was a very important aspect of their lives. I think this film did a good job of showing what parenting is really like and why parents need to be more involved in their children's lives. In some ways, this film was more for the parents than the kids. It does a good job of showing the reality of the parenting and parenting problems. It's very hard for a parent to know what to do when their child is being emotionally troubled or having a hard time. The children are treated very well in this movie. They did a great job of giving their own perspective. It's very hard to watch and they are so convincing. The children are in an environment where they can get help. They have many loving parents who support them. There are also many adults who are on their side and are always there for them. I think it is a very powerful film that should be seen by anyone who cares about their children's well being. It is very different from many other films and will be one of the most memorable films of the year. I would definitely recommend it. I would give this film an 8/10.


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