Freedom's Fury

A powerful documentary about the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and the Melbourne Olympics. This hard-hitting film centres on the semi-final water polo match between Hungary and Russia. The game, now known as the 'Blood in the Water Match' occurred as Russian forces were in Budapest stomping out a popular revolt. Executive produced by Quentin Tarantino and Lucy Liu.

Year: 2006
Genre: Documentaries, Sport, True Stories, General Docos, Political Docos, Film Festivals 2007
Country: Hungary, USA
Director: Colin K Gray, Megan Raney
Duration: 90 Minutes
Rating: M - Content that may disturb.
Location in store: Documentary (Political)



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