Fire on the Track: The Steve Prefontaine Story
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1. Extensive set of substantial interviews with people who knew Prefontaine both in the feature and on the extra disc.
I especially liked getting Bowerman and Dellinger after being exposed to two movie portrayals and
Ian Stewart's reflections on the Munich 5000 before, during and after.
2. A well assembled biography including his fight with the AAU and role in the success of Nike.
3. The bio information that accompanies the interview segments on the extras DVD.
4. A fairly realistic assessment of Prefontaine's actual accomplishments and ability with a minimum of fan hype.
In particular I appreciate the realistic review of the Munich race. As good as he was it was unlikely that he could win it
even if it came down to a "guts race" (and for him it did) and even if the pace had been brisk from the start.
(A faster race would have probably preserved a medal for him with more distance back to the pack but one must seriously
question if Pre was capable of lowering his U.S. trials 13:22PR sufficiently to match what Viren had done (13:19.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
very accurate bio of one of he most influential runners of his time.Published 18 months ago by hamiltonj
The two made for TV movies 'Prefontaine' and 'Without Limits' are worth a watch, once. This documentary is the best DVD to get a grip on what Pre was like and what he... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Bryan E. Montgomery
By far the best option. Real interviews. Real race footage. Real story. I meant to only watch the beginning to get an idea of how it would be and ended up being captivated. Read morePublished on December 10, 2013 by James
Excellent documentary on Steve Prefontaine's much too short career. One wonders what he might have accomplished had he lived longer.Published on November 8, 2013 by Bruce
I have seen two other movies about running legend Steve Prefontaine - "Without Limits" and "Prefontaine". Read morePublished on October 2, 2013 by johnajda