Buckingham Palace

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Fairness it should be immediately clear that the reality of this lies in the fact that yes, there was such a team, and his first appearance at the Olympic Games she finished that way. How? Well, you know how to plot schemes are constructed such movies! And I'm still about the story (no surprises here will be). On a hot island of Jamaica, where everyone loves Bob Marley, lived a young man named Derris Bannock (Leon), son of Olympic champion and a great runner. He is preparing for the games in 1988, but fails the qualifying race, though not on fault of their own: a Junior Bevil (Rawle D. Lewis) falls, dragging on a track Derris and Yul Brynner (do not you dare laugh at the name of this sturdy in performance Malik Yoby!). Dreams shattered, but not so easy to Derris surrenders, he is obsessed with idea to get to the Olympics and even agrees to change the sport, but certainly not to abandon his plans. His stubbornness leads to the fact that he as well as inspiring enthusiasm friend Sankoh Coffey (Doug E.

Doug), the best driver Trucks-minicar in Jamaica, located on the island bloated and ruin oneself by drink bookmaker Irwin Blitzer (John Candy), the former at one time famous bobsledder. Irwin is not smiles train toboggan people never even had seen snow, but from Derris not so easy to shake. And the coach is found, and the rest of the team members are quiet and subdued her wealthy father, Junior and Yul Brynner, who dreams only to get out of Jamaica and live in a luxurious house, a photograph which he carries with him. (The card – Buckingham Palace, so I have to work hard).

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