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Karoliina Rebane over 5 years ago
inspiring and emotional... probably the film that keeps me motivated for a long time
Mat Adams over 7 years ago
Quality isn't great but I know I'll watch it at least once a year until I die. Go Pre!
Becky almost 6 years ago
Stewart Morris over 8 years ago
Steve Hopkins over 8 years ago
Prefontaine is a 1997 film dramatizing the life of the American long-distance runner Steve Prefontaine and his tragic death at age 24. It was written by Steve James and Eugene Corr, directed by James, and stars Jared Leto as the title character. Most of the movie was filmed at the University of Puget Sound campus in Tacoma, Washington. Peyton Field was redecorated to resemble Hayward Field at the University of Oregon. Steve Prefontaine comes from Coos Bay, Oregon and emerges as one of the premiere distance runners in collegiate track and field. After enrolling at the University of Oregon in 1970, where Bill Bowerman and Bill Dellinger become his coaches, Prefontaine proceeds to win three national cross-country championships and four consecutive 5,000-meter runs, breaking the U.S. record in the latter. "Pre" gains fame as an aggressive runner who likes to be out front from the start, rather than biding his time until a strong finish. A bitter disappointment comes in the 1972 Munich...
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