Rowing Through

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A man must decide how long can he hold onto his dream in this drama. Tiff Wood (Colin Ferguson) is a world-class amateur rower whose dream is to compete in the Olympic games. While competition is fierce and Wood suffers more than his share of disappointments, in 1980 he makes the U.S. Olympic team and is thought to be a sure thing to bring home a gold medal in the Moscow games. Political tensions heat up between the United States and Russia, however, and President Jimmy Carter announces that America will be ...
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A man must decide how long can he hold onto his dream in this drama. Tiff Wood (Colin Ferguson) is a world-class amateur rower whose dream is to compete in the Olympic games. While competition is fierce and Wood suffers more than his share of disappointments, in 1980 he makes the U.S. Olympic team and is thought to be a sure thing to bring home a gold medal in the Moscow games. Political tensions heat up between the United States and Russia, however, and President Jimmy Carter announces that America will be boycotting the Olympics. Crushed, Tiff sees only one option available to him -- to train himself to beat younger and stronger rowers so he can make the team in 1984. Based on the book The Amateurs by David Halberstam, Rowing Through was jointly produced by Japanese and Canadian production companies; the supporting cast includes Leslie Hope, Helen Shaver, and Peter Murnik.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/19/2001
  • UPC: 658769014235
  • Original Release: 1996
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  • Source: Vanguard Cinema
  • Region Code: 1
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:55:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Colin Ferguson
Leslie Hope
Peter Murnik
Michiko Hada
James Hyndman
Christopher Jacobs
Helen Shaver Voice Only
Kenneth Welsh Voice Only
Technical Credits
Masato Harada Director, Screenwriter
Will Aitken Screenwriter
Sylvain Brault Cinematographer
Patricia Christie Production Designer
Claude Gagnon Producer
Masahiro Kawasaki Score Composer
Louis Marion Sound/Sound Designer
Jean-Guy Montpetite Editor
Yoshihisa Nakagawa Co-producer
Kazuyoshi Okuyama Executive Producer
Kaoru Nishiyama Wood Co-producer
Yuri Yoshimura-Gagnon Producer
David Halberstam Source Author
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Chapter Menu
1. Start Credits [5:25]
2. The Rude And Smooth [10:40]
3. The Joyous Oarsman [6:30]
4. All The Pretty Sharks [10:25]
5. New England Final Heat [7:25]
6. Gods In Pain [12:13]
7. Singles Final [14:42]
8. The Amateurs [14:39]
9. Second Doubles [12:59]
10. I'm Leaving The Camp [9:57]
11. Doubles Final [6:55]
12. End Credits [3:37]
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