TT: Closer to the EdgeHD
Richard De Aragues
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About the Movie
The Isle of Man Tourist Trophy is the greatest motorcycle road race in the world. Every rider knows that each race might be their last, and many have made the ultimate sacrifice in their quest for victory. Moving, funny and exhilarating, TT Closer to the Edge is a story about freedom of choice, the strength of the human spirit and an examination of what drives those extraordinary few who risk everything to win.
TT Closer To The Edge
A fantastic insight to a iconic race, the riders , spectators and organisers. The on board footage as the bikes fly around the Isle of Man makes you feel life you on the bike and missing walls and lamp posts by inches at over 200mph. The interviews with riders an the directors ability to get s close to them on race day means you real do 'feel' the tension and emotion that they are going through. This without doubt is one the best sport doco's I have ever watched. People with high blood pressure or a heart condition should not watch this!
TT Closer to the edge
This movie is AWESOME!!!
A must-see for all petrol heads.
When I saw it in 3D at cinema, I felt as though in the action.
Guy Martin is great as well!
I think Richard De Aragues (director) has done extremely well with this movie.
I highly recommend this, to not only petrol heads, but everyone!!!!
Watch It!…Feel It!!…Live It!!!
…those that live to ride: … are selfish, irresponsible, crazy idiots looking for a meaning in life…..???
NO!!, we are not looking for THE MEANING we are EMBRACING BEING ALIVE, while everyone else is asleep at the wheel…playing it safe to make it to the end…the end of a life with no passion, no feeling, just moving from one day to the next…..
This documentary explores the primal need of one down to earth bloke (Guy Martin). The primal need of truly feeling alive by touching the very edge and fabric of life itself through the freedom and power of motor cycle racing in the world famous TT Road Race.
A beautifully honest documentary .