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Speed Sisters

The Speed Sisters are the first all-woman race car driving team in the Middle East. Grabbing headlines and turning heads at improvised tracks across the West Bank, these five women have sped their way into the heart of the gritty, male-dominated Palestinian street car-racing scene. Weaving together their lives on and off the track, SPEED SISTERS takes you on a surprising journey into the drive to go further and faster than anyone thought you could.

Other Titles
Sorelle da corsa
Running Time
1 hours 18 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Sport, Drama, Documentary, Adventure
Director
Amber Fares
Country
Canada, USA, UK, Palestine, Qatar, Denmark
Year
2015
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about sport «Speed Sisters» (21)

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Julia Watkins

What was so great about this documentary was that it gave a glimpse of a whole generation of mixed-race children who have come of age. I watched the movie twice on the way home from work and I really think this movie should be required viewing for everyone. I have not seen much of Meryl Streep and I really wanted to see her in this role. I must say I enjoyed this movie. I think it was an excellent movie. It was a bit confusing to the point that I started to forget that I was watching a movie and that's why I had to rewind it and re-watch it again. It is hard to keep up with the storyline at times but it is very important to get a sense of who the characters are. Overall I think this movie was an excellent movie. It was an excellent movie that I would recommend to anyone who likes mixed-race children and/or mixed-race relationships.

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Cynthia Myers

When I saw the trailer for this documentary, I thought it looked interesting. However, the trailer made it seem like a documentary about the actors. This was a mistake. I am not going to say much about the plot, as it is all explained in the movie. However, the movie does show how some people have dealt with their emotions throughout the years. I think that if you see this movie, you will understand the "oohs" and "aahs" from other people. It is not a documentary about the people, but about how they deal with their emotions. I also think that the movie is a great starting point for people who have dealt with issues related to depression and/or anxiety.

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Grace H.

Great documentary on the history of mixed martial arts and how it came to be. It's good to see the UFC, Bellator and now the WEC involved in this film. It's interesting to see how the sport came to be and what fighters came from there to the other promotions and the UFC. I personally like this film because it shows the origins of MMA and how it evolved. The film also shows how a group of people came together to make a sport that was so hard to get started on. I think it's important to know how the sport came to be and how it came to be what it is today. I recommend this film to anyone interested in the sport.

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Louis

I have been a huge fan of boxing for quite some time now and this documentary is a breath of fresh air in this increasingly sterile climate. What a great story to tell! What a tremendous life it was. And as with all documentaries, there is a high level of quality in the production of this film. It is well worth the price of admission. But if you are looking for a "feel good" or "feel-good-film" then you will be disappointed. The story of the "little fighters" and the fans that support them is one of the most fascinating and inspiring stories of all time and I don't think that there will be another documentary in the future that will be able to capture that story. "The Fight for Oscar" is a film that will stay with me for a long time. It is a wonderful story and I look forward to the day when it is released on DVD. 9/10

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Howard Barnett

This is a documentary about the remarkable story of the first ever Olympic Gold Medalist, Elena Kavtaradze. Kavtaradze, a Russian gymnast who was born in the city of Tiflis, Georgia and raised in Moscow, is known for her extraordinary talent and achievements in gymnastics. In 1984, she won the World Championships in gymnastics. She did not win her first individual Olympic Gold in the next two years, but her performance was so good that the International Federation of Gymnastics awarded her a bronze medal. In 1984, she became the first woman to win an individual gold medal in the Olympics, and she became the first woman to win an individual gold medal in a competition for women, in the Soviet Union. Her achievements and achievements that made her become a symbol of the Olympic Games are amazing and remarkable. I strongly recommend to watch this documentary, because you will learn about a remarkable athlete. Also, you will see the remarkable women who helped her achieve her dreams. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Maria A.

This is a must see for anyone who is a fan of either boxer or a boxer. You won't be disappointed.

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Judith Watson

I wasn't familiar with Lyle Lovett and had not heard of him prior to seeing this film. As a fan of the sport of hockey I've been watching the Winter Olympics since my teen years. This documentary is one of the most important films I've ever seen. It details the days and times that followed the Games, and shows how the sport has evolved. Lyle Lovett is known as the "Unsung Hero" of the Games. The documentary is a very well written and well thought out film. If you are a hockey fan you will learn that there are many players who have played their entire life before they are even eligible to play in the Winter Olympics. It is an excellent film that will give you a much better appreciation of the sport and how much it has changed since the days of the Games. Lyle Lovett is one of the greatest hockey players to ever play the game. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Hannah

The film is a beautifully shot documentary that looks at the life and times of the most influential female boxer of all time. Jennifer Iskander plays the role of Maria Kempley with so much passion and in this film she talks about her career, her relationships and her personal life. She is an amazing and inspiring woman, she should be applauded for her bravery in taking on the media and people who didn't really know her. In her career she was under-appreciated and despite this she fought in the top class of boxing. The film is really insightful and shows how much of a life she lived and how important she was in the fight world. I have been a fan of Maria's since I was a little girl and I am happy to have seen this documentary in full. The documentary is not just about Maria's career, but also about her personal life, how she handled her tough situation and how she overcame it. I was really impressed with this documentary, it really speaks to women and how important they are to society, as well as the men in the world. It really makes you think and it makes you think about how important Maria was to boxing and how important she was to the fight world. I really enjoyed this documentary and am really glad I got to see it in the cinema. It was so important to have a documentary that speaks about a woman who lived a life that had so much to live for, and she lived a life with so much respect and love. The only thing I could complain about is the film was too short, it didn't have enough material to really show the full life of Maria Kempley, but it wasn't really a problem. I also think that it was a bit slow in some parts, but it didn't bother me. The film is really beautiful and you can feel her passion and energy in the way she talks about her life and the work she did. The film also shows how important women are in society and how important it is to have a documentary that tells a story about a woman who lived a life that had so much to live for. The only reason I don't give this a ten is because the film is only about Maria's career, and that is not enough. I would have liked to see more of her personal life, how she was raised, her relationships and her personal life. But if you don't want to go to a museum and see this documentary, you can watch it on Netflix.

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Keith

I'm a big fan of Bollywood and have long been interested in the more obscure films. The 2001 Kannada film was one of my favorite films of all time, and the 2003 Tamil film was good, too. I knew that "Kannada" would probably be the next Bollywood film to make the Top 250. I just didn't know how good it would be. I'm so glad I did. This movie is absolutely fantastic. The story is simple, but what happens to this innocent young girl who is abused in school is more than simple. I think this is a must-see for anyone who is interested in Indian culture, education, or culture. I highly recommend it!

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Tiffany R.

This documentary is more like a documentary about a bunch of girls competing in a cross country race to raise money for cancer research. I would say the point of the film is that the women are all amazing and the documentary is really a celebration of their successes and triumphs. It has a great message to it, that as an athlete you can't stop working towards your goal. I think a lot of people who may not be interested in strength and conditioning will enjoy this film, as well as women who are interested in fitness. The film does a great job at showing the girls' journey, as well as the coaches, doctors, and cancer. There is no doubt that this film was made with great intent, but the documentary does get a bit long in some places. The overall message of the film is good, but it can be hard to follow in some places, and the shortness of the documentary can be a bit of a turn off. The interviews and the video clips are well done, and it is a great way to get to know some of the girls a little better.

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Tammy

This documentary follows the life of a family of soccer players and their association with a group called the Riggs Band. It focuses on the current team and the group in particular. The players are so passionate about their sport that they have organized a book and a live webcast called "The Greatest Game Ever Played" that shows their favorite memories and stories about their soccer journey. This documentary is very well done. The players are at the peak of their careers, and the growth of the sport, as well as the players themselves, is shown as a series of interviews with the players and coaches. The group is as interesting as the sport itself. It is the constant stories of the fans that keep this documentary going. While the interviews are interesting, the film is not a history lesson. The players are a team that is developing and learning as they are coached by their coach and the manager, and the documentary is not intended to be a history lesson. The focus is on the game itself and the emotions involved in it. This is a very well made documentary.

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Jacob K.

You're never going to get the chance to see another track like "A Girl Like Her" in this lifetime. We're talking about an hour and a half of "history" made by a female athlete, a 20-year-old girl who is at the absolute top of her sport, and a highly athletic, passionate woman with a passionate agenda. One of the most powerful moments of this film is when the girl watches her parents going through the tiring motions of training for the Olympic trials in a grueling setting. Her parents explain to her that they're going to do whatever it takes to win the gold medal. It's a moment that only serves to convey the raw and undeniable truth of the human spirit. The movie begins with a young black athlete who wants to be the first black woman to win a gold medal in a state-level tournament. She starts as a runaway and ends as a trophy-winning athlete. She runs 10 miles a day, takes 10 days to recover, and trains all summer long. She's strong and determined, and her determination inspires the audience to want to follow her. In the last few months of her life, she trains hard and runs several times a day. Her father has to work very hard to pay for her to go to college, and her mother works so hard to keep the family afloat. I think that's the kind of message that you can take from this film. The audience can connect with this character and feel their struggle, whether it's financial hardship or the "why me" question. You can see the emotion on their faces when their daughter tells them that she's going to run her first track meet, and you can see the desperation and love on their faces when their son tells them that he's going to compete in his first track meet. The film also has some things that you might not see in the media or in mainstream media, and that's where it's got its strength. There's no "Breaking News" of a tragedy that occurs in the world. The film doesn't use any narration, but rather focuses on a woman's personal struggles. She has to balance a child and a career, and she struggles with some of her fears and fears of the race. There's some footage of the track and field competition, which is also filmed in a very raw way. There's a lot of raw emotion in the film, which means that the film has a lot of strength to it. The emotional scenes are most intense when the audience gets to see the emotional process of the athlete. The film never skims over a word, but instead shows you how she's feeling. There's also a lot of powerful footage of the athlete going through training, including one scene where she's doing a drill in a gym. She shows her emotions on the spot. The film does have some problems, as you might expect. The film could've been longer, and there are a couple moments that drag a little. But the film has a lot of strength. The film isn't perfect. The movie's director, Anne Hedman, does not have a background in documentary

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Andrew D.

I'd seen the movie as a kid, and I remembered very little about it, except for the point where one of the girls was about to jump out of the car. Now I'm an adult, and when I found out this was a documentary I thought, 'Wow!'. So when I saw the trailer for this documentary, I was really looking forward to seeing it. I'd heard that it was a really good documentary, and I was really looking forward to it. But I was very disappointed. I understand that it's a documentary, but I just couldn't get into it. There were parts that made me laugh, but they were not enough to keep me from watching it, and I wanted to watch it, but the documentary wasn't the right thing for me. There are some things I didn't like about the documentary. It wasn't really focused on the girls, or their friends. It was more about the girl who jumped out of the car. I didn't really like that part of the documentary. There are a few parts that made me laugh, but I don't really know what made me laugh. The filming was very interesting, and it made me think about the girls, and their friends. It was also interesting to see what the girls went through. There was one part that was really sad, and I couldn't stop laughing. I liked the part when one of the girls was pregnant, but I didn't really understand the part when the girl got pregnant. That part was really sad. It made me think about how the girls felt, and the people around them. That made me laugh. I didn't like the documentary too much. I'm glad that I watched it, but it wasn't my kind of documentary. I wasn't too interested in the girls. I think the documentary is about the girls, and the people around them. The film was very well done, but I wasn't too interested in it. I didn't think it was really good. It's not really a good documentary.

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Jacob

I loved this film. It was so exciting and so real. It wasn't your typical doco. It was so real. I think the best part was the part when they were doing the interviews. I was so happy to see them in the video. The interviews were the best part of the movie. It was so easy to understand what the guys were saying and it was really funny. This is a documentary that should be shown in schools to teach kids that it's not cool to talk trash about people. That it's really important to be kind to each other and to help people. You don't have to do it to make a living. That's not cool. This is a great documentary. I wish they would show it again on DVD. I have to say that the acting in the movie was very good. I like the part when their dad tells them that he's going to be leaving. That was very touching. This movie is so good. I would recommend it to anyone. I think it's the best documentary I have ever seen. I also recommend that you watch it before you go to bed. It's really important to be in touch with your emotions before you go to sleep. This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It's a must see.

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Paul L.

I'm not sure why some people are so picky on the boxing scenes. At least it's different. I think I understand what was missing in this movie: more than just boxing. But I think if you watch the movie, you'll see that it's much more than just a movie about boxing. It's about friendship and how you should treat people. It's about the dangers of sports and the dangers of drugs. I liked the idea of putting boxing into the story and I think it makes the movie more interesting. It was also nice to see the fighters being given advice from older athletes. The biggest problem with this movie is that it's so slow. The only thing that I was able to do was watch the movie and be interested in what was going on. But the more I watched the more I thought about how great the film was. I know there are many other people that do think the same way but I enjoyed it.

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Howard H.

I've been a fan of Mike Dubke since I saw The Crash that Changed Everything. I loved his style, his intensity, and his thoughtfulness. The Crash was the first and is still the best of his work. It was important to me that his style be preserved. I knew he had a passion for the sport, and I wanted to preserve it. This film was a step in that direction. As I watched this film I realized how much I had missed and it was still good. I was excited to see this film and was pleased to see it was made. It's very easy to be critical of these films, but there was nothing I could say about this film that was negative. It was a great job of preserving the spirit of the sport, the enthusiasm of the players, and the passion of the fans. The characters in this film were extremely real, and they were played well. The film felt authentic and real. I was not impressed with the characters of some of the players, but I was impressed with the story that they told. I felt like I was in the locker room watching a real team. This film is an excellent way to honor the life of a true sports legend. I look forward to the next film that Mike Dubke creates, and I hope that this film inspires him to create more of the same. I am a fan of this film and I think that it is a great job that he has done. I'm glad to see that he is a very good sport. Thank you for this great film.

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Samantha Gray

This is a story of a girl who is not always at the top of her game, but that doesn't make her a loser. The film tells a very positive story about a girl that can accomplish great things with her mind. It tells the story of a girl that is struggling to cope with the tragedies that happen to her everyday. The film is very well produced and has a very beautiful look. The music is also a plus, and it is very powerful. The directing is great and this film is one that will appeal to all ages.

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Joshua

This is a really great documentary that has a lot of surprises, a lot of good information and a lot of really well produced documentaries. Some things that really make me wonder about the world we live in, and if we are prepared to change the world. This documentary looks at the lives of the girls from "The Little Odessa Project", a girls soccer team that lost their national championship to a team from the United States. The girls were separated from their parents and put in the custody of the US Soccer Federation. The story of this story and the way they moved from the orphanage to the big city of Chicago was very interesting and showed us the positive effects of being separated from your parents and what a life there can be. Also this documentary looked at the right way to do this. I would say that this is the most important documentary I have ever seen. And if you have the chance to see this, you should!

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Nicole

A year after the biggest controversy of all - the highly controversial "It's Your Body, Mr Jones" - it's now 2016 and the debate over body image has calmed down and the world is getting ready for the release of "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night". In this first part of the biopic, we meet the girls and learn about their upbringing, their relationships with their families, their friendships and their inspirations. This is done so that the story doesn't drag and leaves the audience wanting more. The characters are given more screen time and are developed well. There are no major disappointments in the acting department either. The girls are believable and give the audience a feeling of what it would be like to grow up with them. It's the story that matters and it's done well. The writers were obviously keen to use the characters as inspiration and that's good. The story gets us thinking and makes us feel like we've seen them before but it's the acting that makes it all feel like a good start to the year. In the end, the story is very strong. There's a lot of emotion in it and it's very honest and it shows that we can be very cruel when we want to be. This movie is very unique and I recommend it for anyone to watch.

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Richard

The first twenty minutes or so of this documentary were very good and engaging. I particularly liked the way the women talked about the difficulties of running an international track meet and the hardships of training. That and the footage of the women competing. Then it just went downhill. The argumentative and unfair behavior of the male competitors was the most annoying part. The best part of the documentary was the conversations that these women had about their lives. The documentary makers and their interviews were great. However, after that, the movie became a bore and I quickly became bored. The second half of the film is much more interesting, but the rest of the film is too uninteresting to make it worth the time.

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Jesse

What makes this movie special is the raw, unedited, raw footage that I witnessed and the immediacy of the movie. I felt as if I was actually there. The reality of this is very difficult to explain, so you'll just have to watch it. There are so many hidden, or distorted perspectives, and I think that is what makes it so special. In fact, I wish I could say more, but I think I have already explained everything I could about this movie. This is a movie that should be seen by everyone. It shows how each and every one of us is trapped in our own personal, personal little world. It shows the lies and fictions we can accept or ignore. And the way it's produced is an effective and honest portrayal of how we can all find the truth in each other, or in ourselves. I recommend it to anyone who wants to see what our society is really like, and how we can all start to break free from our individual, personal, personal little worlds. A very well done documentary, but definitely not a movie to watch for all to enjoy. I think I would have liked it more if I had seen it as a documentary. The director and crew have a lot to say about each and every individual in this movie, and the commentary is great. It's so true and honest and you can actually feel for the characters. It makes you think and it makes you wonder. I have a question for anyone who may have not seen it yet. It's very surprising how many of you have commented on the subject of violence. I think that's something that you all should discuss and discuss with others. I agree with the director that violence is not a moral issue, and I believe it should be discussed and discussed without any form of censorship. This is a movie that should be seen by all.