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Director: Paul Crowder,

Cast: Paul Crowder, Michael Fassbender, Niki Lauda, James Hunt

 

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The documentary 1, narrated by Academy Award nominee Michael Fassbender examines how Formula 1 racing underwent a seismic change during the 1960s as the cars became exponentially faster, and many of the drivers became international celebrities.

Overview

The documentary 1, narrated by Academy Award nominee Michael Fassbender examines how Formula 1 racing underwent a seismic change during the 1960s as the cars became exponentially faster, and many of the drivers became international celebrities.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/28/2014
UPC:
0687797144591
Original Release:
2013
Rating:
NR
Source:
Alchemy / Millennium
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:51:00

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Michael Fassbender Narrator
Niki Lauda Participant
James Hunt Participant
Mario Andretti Participant
Michael Schumacher Participant
Jackie Stewart Participant
Sebastian Vettel Participant
Jacky Ickx Participant

Technical Credits
Paul Crowder Director
Tobin Armbrust Executive Producer
Alexander Brunner Executive Producer
Guy East Executive Producer
Liz Gallacher Musical Direction/Supervision
Jonathan Bracey Gibbon Associate Producer
Kathleen Hasay Musical Direction/Supervision
Matter Music Score Composer
Mark Monroe Screenwriter
Michael Shevloff Producer
Nigel Sinclair Producer
Glen Zipper Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- 1
1. Australian Grand Prix [9:31]
2. Fangio [9:25]
3. The Doghouse Club [10:03]
4. Monza [8:48]
5. Tragic Accidents [9:27]
6. Young Guns [11:11]
7. Watkins Glen [11:16]
8. Unlikely Rivalry [7:38]
9. Nürburgring [10:23]
10. Only One [9:45]
11. Senna's Passing [10:06]
12. End Credits [3:29]

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Ludwigvan1952 More than 1 year ago
I first saw this on a cable channel. As a longtime fan of Formula 1 (since the '60s) I watched and was mesmerized. The only demerit I can give it is the somewhat sycophantic treatment of Bernie Ecclestone and Max Mosely. While they deserve a great deal of praise for making F1 safer, they've also made it  somewhat 'gimmicky'. But the documentary is fantastically conceived and executed. If you love racing, see it.