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(1457) 7.7 97 min 2018

Maiden is a movie starring Frank Bough, John Chittenden, and Bruno Du Bois. The story of Tracy Edwards, a 24-year-old cook on charter boats, who became the skipper of the first ever all-female crew to enter the Whitbread Round the...

Bruno Du Bois, Frank Bough, Pat Edwards, John Chittenden
Sport, Documentary
Alex Holmes

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Sport, Documentary
Director Alex Holmes
Stars Bruno Du Bois, Frank Bough, Pat Edwards, John Chittenden
Country UK
Also Known As Zeglarki, Ellas contra la marea
Runtime 1H 37M
Description The story of Tracy Edwards, a 24-year-old cook on charter boats, who became the skipper of the first ever all-female crew to enter the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989.

Top reviews

Friday, 02 Oct 2020 00:11

In the wake of his masterpiece The Last Waltz, Michael Winterbottom's 'Maiden' has become an increasingly popular documentary. It is a film that captures the intensity of the 60s and 70s, but it is also a documentary about a legendary concert. It is a film that is unique and full of heart, but also full of sadness and loss. And that is exactly what this film is. The film opens with the 1965 concert that made Michael Winterbottom famous, the Linn Dixie. Michael plays the piano and is accompanied by his wife and a number of other artists. The concert lasts for over an hour and lasts several times longer than that. At this point in his career, he is a world famous musician, and he is the only person who could get all of his albums released on vinyl. His songs were sung by the biggest pop artists in the world. The story of the concert is one of the most well-known and talked about stories in music history. And the story is well-told. The music is very good, and Michael's performance is amazing. It is a brilliant performance. But the real story is the story of the concert itself. This story is full of tragedy and a lot of loss. It is a story about a concert that is important, but also a story about a tragedy that happens in the lives of a lot of people, and the story is one of the most important stories in music history. The film begins in the 1960s, the era of great music and great music stars. We see the growth of Michael's career and the beginning of the decline of his health. It is during this time that he and his wife, Kim Gordon, are married. The movie then focuses on the years 1965-1968, the peak of his career. In this period, he is being treated for lung cancer and this makes him tired and ill. He is not able to perform anymore, and the concert is cancelled. The film shows the tour that is put on by the promoter for Michael to perform, and the other acts. The film shows how this concert became a symbol of the political protests of the 1960s, and the place of the concert becomes a symbol of the times. Michael was not able to perform, but the concert became a symbol of a time and a place that was important in the history of the music. It was a symbol of a generation of great musicians who rose to fame in a time of decline. This is an incredible story of the great musical legacy of the 1960s and a story of the fall of a legend. But it is also a story
Friday, 28 Aug 2020 07:53

Tightly edited, but the film is well worth watching, particularly for a first-time viewer. What I appreciate most about the film is its approach to the sport of golf. On the surface it's a simple documentary about a country club's prodigy. It also portrays a fascinating life and times of a famous golfer, such as Rory McIlroy. But what makes the film so fascinating is its honesty and honesty of a country club where many are in fact driven to great heights to attain their dreams. This film makes you realize that in America, golf is seen as a sport to win, not as a sport to play. The people in this country are obsessed with winning, and this is reflected in the golf course of the club where we are watching the film. The film is good, but there are some things you need to understand before you watch it. The film is divided into two parts: the first part is the beginning and the second part is the middle. The first part is a documentary, and the second part is a film about the life of a golf prodigy. I think this is important to understand, because in the end it makes the film better because we don't get the second half of the film. But if you do understand that, then it makes the film much more interesting. The second half is the film about the golf prodigy, and is good. But in the end the film is like a small documentary, and you feel a bit sad for the golf prodigy because he was so much more than he is shown in the film. He is more than just a golfer, and he is more than just a country club prodigy. There is much more to him, and I would recommend this film to someone who is not a golfer, or not a golfer at all.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 02:58

The only problem with this film is that it is too long. This is probably the biggest flaw of the movie. I'm not sure why this was done, but it is a pretty big issue. It would have been better to cut a lot of the scenes and focus on the main events instead. The documentary style helps a lot, and it was interesting to see how different cultures dealt with the sport of surfing. But the film does have its flaws, which are not very noticeable. The most glaring is that the narrator is a white woman who has a lot of influence in the film. This makes her voice even more annoying. The biggest flaw is that the documentary style is very jarring. It feels very jarring and it's hard to watch. The only other flaw I could find was that the film is very slow and does not give the viewer enough information. There is no tension, which is a huge problem. The narration of the documentary style is the only way to get the information across. The movie is really long and it feels like it's going to drag. I think the problem with the documentary style is that it feels like it's trying to be too "hip" with the surfing. It does not feel authentic and it feels like the documentary style is trying to make it more hip and cool. Overall, I really enjoyed this film. It is a very interesting look at the sport of surfing. The documentary style helps the viewer understand the sport and it's culture. The documentary style is also the main reason I enjoyed this film. The main problem with this film is that it is too long. The documentary style could have been done without and it would have been a lot better. I don't recommend this film for anyone who is not a fan of surfing. It is too long and there are many flaws. I think the main reason why this film is so popular is because of the documentary style. If the film would have been shorter, I would have rated it lower. But this is a good documentary style, so I give it a 9/10.

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