- Original title
- Running time
- 90 min.
- United States
Colin K. Gray,
Colin K. Gray
WOLO Entertainment / Cinergi Pictures Entertainment / Moving Picture Institute. Producer: Quentin Tarantino
Documentary | Sport Documentaries. Sports. 1950s. Cold War. Olympic Games
- Synopsis / Plot
- 'Freedom's Fury' is a documentary film about the Melbourne, Australia 1956 Summer Olympics semifinal water polo match between Hungary and the USSR, and the events that led up to the violent battle, the match that what would later be known as the "Blood in the Water match". Executive produced by Lucy Liu and Quentin Tarantino (who described the events as "the best untold story ever") and narrated by Olympic champion swimmer Mark Spitz (who was once coached by Ervin Zádor, a central figure in the tale).
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