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(369) 6.3 69 min 2016

Focused on the world of wealthy Qatari sheikhs with a passion for amateur falconry, 'The Challenge' combines cinematic beauty with rare access and trailblazing form. Here, the opulence of Qatar is on full display, as the men race SUVs up and down sand dunes, fly their prized falcons around on private jets, and take their pet cheetahs out for desert spins in their souped-up Ferraris.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Yuri Ancarani

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Friday, 20 Mar 2020 08:24

I just came back from the New York premiere of this documentary. The first part of the film, the "Why Did I Join?" and the "How Did I Join?" are done by a group of hardcore "closeted" gay athletes, who are interviewed in a very candid way. I didn't really know what to expect going in, but this was one of the most powerful and revealing documentaries I have seen. The main point of this documentary is that the majority of people who are openly gay are not in a closet, but in the closet as a result of their social and sexual environments. In many cases, the closet is what keeps these people from being the "people they are." This documentary is a very important one, and it should be seen by all people, and even by gay athletes, as it is a very honest look at the closet. In the second part of the film, which is the "Why Didn't I Join?" part, the people who are closeted talk about what happened to them, what happened to their friends, and what happened to their family. I think it is important to be honest with ourselves, and to let people know what they are going through. In this way, we can stop living in the same world that we live in, and be open to the world. I think the director did a fantastic job, as he had the courage to ask these questions and tell these stories, but also had the courage to tell the stories without being judgmental. He did a fantastic job. There are some very good points that come out of this film, and it is definitely worth seeing.


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