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TT3D: Closer To The Edge (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + DVD) [Pre-owned] - 50p In-Store / £2 Delivered @ CeX
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TT3D: Closer To The Edge (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + DVD) [Pre-owned] - 50p In-Store / £2 Delivered @ CeX

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Every tribe has its legends, and Richard de Aragues' TT: Closer to the Edge--a year in the life of the Isle of Man’s notorious Tourist Trophy--is an extreme close-up of a mystically dangerous race, one that’s a magnet for motorcyclists with far more racing instincts than professional ambition. The film’s central character is Guy Martin--a young mechanic with Wolverine hair and the cadences of a death wish in his plain-speaking Yorkshire burr. It follows the tense build-up to the 2010 tournament, where Martin and his fellow riders will consciously stake their lives for the deep personal glories of TT success. The odds are ranged steeply against them--more than 230 riders have died along the course's 23 miles of rollercoaster dips and traction-busting corners--and TT: Closer to the Edge is as much a nail-biting survival story as it is a straightforward racing doc. Shown in 3D during its cinematic run, the film's lasting images are captured by bike-mounted cameras: the scenes of riders laying their bikes at impossible angles around corners--or straightening up to zip through the gap between a hedge and a stone wall--are a parade of near-misses. Composed interviews with grieving wives--and the personal philosophies of these brave riders--underline the questions of personal liberty at the fringes of the action. While the Tourist Trophy can only exist as long as the legal exemptions and laissez-faire government of the Isle of Man are in place, TT: Closer to the Edge will speak to your inner daredevil as an increasingly rare expression of our freedom to choose. --Leo Batchelor
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towser4417/02/2020 21:21

This is on YouTube for free, watched it about 20 times



It's 50p, on Blu-ray 3D....
TomBoyNI17/02/2020 21:44

I would watch this over and over - great show


Same here. Stunning film. How these guys manage to use the full power of a 1000cc bike on a road track is beyond me, they are a special breed.

A guy on youtube does good mini-videos of the TT. This is my favourite, get a buzz every time I watch it. Cornering on one wheel!
DRRINK17/02/2020 21:18

It’s a watch it once kinda film


I would watch this over and over - great show
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Worth it for Guy Martin's involvement.
Bargain. Well worth it
It’s a watch it once kinda film
This is on YouTube for free, watched it about 20 times
DRRINK17/02/2020 21:18

It’s a watch it once kinda film


I would watch this over and over - great show
The 3d effect is brilliant on the on-bike footage. The sense of speed is fantastic.
One of those films I watched 50 + times. Actually you make me wanna watch it now but I won't as I'll end up looking for a bike on ebay straight after

As said above, this is a masterpiece.
TomBoyNI17/02/2020 21:44

I would watch this over and over - great show


Same here. Stunning film. How these guys manage to use the full power of a 1000cc bike on a road track is beyond me, they are a special breed.

A guy on youtube does good mini-videos of the TT. This is my favourite, get a buzz every time I watch it. Cornering on one wheel!
towser4417/02/2020 21:21

This is on YouTube for free, watched it about 20 times



It's 50p, on Blu-ray 3D....
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