Friday, February 21, 2014

Trailer for "Unbroken" - New Running Film Set for December, 2014

A new trailer has been release for "Unbroken", the amazing story of Louis Zamperini who made the 1936 Olympic team in the 5k as a teenage unknown, and later became a war hero after surviving 47 days at sea. This incredible story, captured in the 2010 book Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption by best-selling author Laura Hillenbrand (my review of the book and some CBS clips here), is now an Angelina Jolie-director and Coen Brother written epic that will certainly be incredible.

Check it out. Worth it just for the quote - "if you can take it, you can make it". Or maybe when the cops suggest a new vocation to his parents by saying "we've been chasing him around town for years...may we suggest running."


  1. looks aaaawwwwwsome. can't wait... I love stories of resilience brought by running culture (check out the Lynn Jennings scary story on, applied to everyday's life.
    But for that guy it's just put to a whole new level of toughness. Good thing they put a decent crew to work for the movie!

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