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'''''The Barkley Marathons: The Race That Eats Its Young''''' is a documentary about the [[Wikipedia:Barkley Marathons|Barkley Marathons]], an ultramarathon over 100 miles across Tennessee wilderness. The film debuted on 2014-10-26.
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[[Image:Barkley Marathons, The - DVD - USA.jpg|thumb|256x256px|US DVD cover.]]
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'''''The Barkley Marathons: The Race That Eats Its Young''''' is a documentary which debuted on debuted on 2014-10-26 about the [[Wikipedia:Barkley Marathons|Barkley Marathons]], an ultramarathon over 100 miles across rugged Tennessee wilderness.
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I saw the title card on Netflix and thought it looked cool, so I watched it. I really enjoyed it.
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==Status==
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I don't own this film, but I have seen it twice.
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==Review==
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===Good===
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* I think the documentary does a great job of conveying both the charm and the grueling difficulty of the race. You see the disfigured feet and legs of the runners, them crying out of disappointment when their bodies give out, and but you also see them joking around, and the look of fulfillment when they succeed in a personal goal.
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===Bad===
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* Nothing.
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===Ugly===
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* Nothing.
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==

Revision as of 07:12, 30 July 2019

US DVD cover.

The Barkley Marathons: The Race That Eats Its Young is a documentary which debuted on debuted on 2014-10-26 about the Barkley Marathons, an ultramarathon over 100 miles across rugged Tennessee wilderness.

I saw the title card on Netflix and thought it looked cool, so I watched it. I really enjoyed it.

Status

I don't own this film, but I have seen it twice.

Review

Good

  • I think the documentary does a great job of conveying both the charm and the grueling difficulty of the race. You see the disfigured feet and legs of the runners, them crying out of disappointment when their bodies give out, and but you also see them joking around, and the look of fulfillment when they succeed in a personal goal.

Bad

  • Nothing.

Ugly

  • Nothing.

Links

Link-IMDb.png  Link-Official.png