Talya Tibbon and Leslie Woodhead, the producer and director of 9/11: Day That Changed The World explain the decision to try to tell the story from an insider's perspective.
Leslie Woodhead, a former British spy who was first to film the Beatles at Liverpool s Cavern Club, spent decades talking to people from post-Soviet states about how the Beatles' siren songs stirred a longing for freedom in the youth under Communist rule.
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Here's the triumphant, true-life story of an Olympic hero...and just how far he came in order to become the fastest Olympic long distance runner the world has ever seen! Raised under oppressive conditions in one of the world's poorest countries, the Ethiopian boy named Haile Gebrselassie was born to run! When he wasn't laboring in his father's fields, young Haile would be running: the six miles to school and back, while doing chores or simply for pleasure at the end of a long, hard day! In an inspirational and artfully crafted motion picture, the climactic moment comes as the unstoppable Haile chases down his lifelong dream in a stirring Gold Medal performance at the Atlanta Olympic Games.
Rising from his meager roots in Ethiopa, Haile Gebrselassie pursued his Olympic dream and went on to win the Gold at the 1996 Olympics. This is the story of his strength and determination.
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