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Freedoms Fury

Freedoms Fury is a powerful feature documentary about the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and the "Bloodiest Game in Olympic History." In this hard-hitting film, the story is finally told about the fateful fall in 1956 when Hungary exploded in a people power retold and climaxes with the infamous waterpolo showdown between Hungary and the Soviet Union at the Melbourne Olympics. Now know as the "Blood in the Water Match," the documentary7 follows the story of the young star of the Hungarian Olympic waterpolo team, Ervin Zador, who finds himself the unwitting focal point of one of the most politicized sports matches ever played.

1hr 30mins long
M Some content may disturb.

Colin Gray