The director of this documentary spent a year (shooting 40 hours of footage on digital video) following five young African-American competitive fencers coached by Olympic medalist Peter Westbrook, as they went from tournament to tournament, eventually competing each other for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team.
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By Mark T. Emerson on April 7, 2008
This movie is described as being about hopeful Olympic fencers. When I received this movie, it was described on the cover as an old fictional work about aristocrats in England taking the law into their own hands. I wrote several times to the seller to get clarification and was constantly assured that the movie inside was the one I ordered despite what the cover said. It was not the movie about Olympics bound fencers. Don't waste your money and time with this product if you want a movie about real fencers. This movie is a farce.
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