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08-25-2004 10:51 AM
tiger23 anyone buy the DVD yet? what kind of special features does it have?
03-12-2004 07:29 PM
Tippmann They need to be playin this thing somewhere near me.
03-12-2004 06:01 PM
ray916mn
FASTER to be shown in Minneapolis 4/3-4/04

FASTER is going to be playing 2 days only in MPLS!

Sat./Sun. April 3rd & 4th 12:30pm

Riverview theater-3800 42nd Ave. S. Minneapolis.

$7 at the door.
Cash only.
No presale tickets
www.fastermovie.com for the movie trailer
www.fastermpls.com

Filmed around the world MotoGP during the 2001 and 2002 seasons, FASTER asks this question: How do you go faster than the rest, how do you win at this glamorous, dangerous game? The movie could be subtitled: How do you beat Valentino Rossi? The 24 year old Italian, world champion in 2001 and 2002, currently dominates MotoGP. He is the biggest star the sport has ever seen and the charismatic centre of the film.

In addition to Rossi, FASTER focuses on three other MotoGP riders: Rossi's bitter rival Max Biaggi; the brilliant but injury-prone Garry McCoy; and the rising teenage star John Hopkins. Their stories reveal both the ecstasy and the terror of life in the insanely fast lane, as do the tales told by a supporting cast of former world champions including Mick Doohan, Kevin Schwantz, Wayne Rainey, Kenny Roberts and Barry Sheene.

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