1: Life on the Limit

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1: Life on the Limit

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Just found out about this film. I'm very much looking forward to it!!

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Looks interesting

1: Life on the Limit (2013)
http://imdb.com/rg/an_share/title/title/tt2518788/

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Wow! Out in October and I never even heard of it.
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You're still early... no?
StudioCanal has officially announced that it will release the Formula One documentary 1 - Life On The Limit in theaters across the United Kingdom on January 10th. A Blu-ray release will be available for purchase on March 17th.

http://www.blu-ray.com/news/?id=12876
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The trailer was well put together. Would love to watch it.
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Apparently it was released online here in the US in october. Idk if you guys across the pond will have access but here is the link to it on amazon instant video if you want to purchase or rent it digitally

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FL0 ... onvideo-20
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I just watched it via amazon instant video for $3.99 USD. Just under two hours long. It was an outstanding documentary. Exciting, heart wrenching, entertaining...catch it ASAP!

Lots of footage I've never seen before. Mind you, I do live in the US and I'm only 25 so I'm sure many of you older fans may have seen much more than I have.
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Just found out about this film. I'm very much looking forward to it!!....... :drink: :coffee:
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I'd heard about this film a while back, then everything seemed to go quite about it. Will seek it out now. :thumbup:
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FINALLY got round to watching this film. Had the Bluray sitting on the side for a month.

No matter how many times I see a documentary, or read an article on the history of our great sport it, I don't think I ever get my head around how much death was just part and parcel of the sport.

I think it focused just a tiny bit too much with Hunt / Lauda battle.

But overall a really good film / documentary.
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