The Pacemakers

The Pacemakers is a movie starring Charles Eugster and Angela Peters. The Pacemakers follows the fun, surprising story of a group of men, all over the age of 90, as they pursue their dream of becoming world champion athletes....

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Sport
Director
Selah Hennessy
Actors
Angela Peters, Charles Eugster
Country
UK
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «The Pacemakers» (16)

Thomas avatar
Thomas

The Pacemakers follows the fun, surprising story of a group of men, all over the age of 90, as they pursue their dream of becoming world champion athletes. Director Selah Hennessy spent a year filming with an international sub-culture of athletes as they prepare for the Olympics of OAP sport: the World Masters Championship. Charles Eugster, 97, is considered Britain's fittest OAP and he has become a star athlete in the world of senior athletics. A former dentist, he only started running at 95 - but in the space of just two short years, he has managed to ratchet up multiple world championship titles and two world records. Now, spurred by a burning desire to break as many world records as he can, Charles has taken up a new challenge: the long jump. With the intense and unrelenting guidance of his Austrian coach Sylvia, he is training to break the world record. Meanwhile, 92-year-old Peruvian Hugo Delgado, 92-year-old Jim Sinclair from Australia, Zhiyong Wang from China and Dixon Hemphill from the United States aspire for gold in the 100m. These are a highly competitive group of athletes, all hell-bent on being champions. They are also very determined old men battling major obstacles - from early onset dementia to terminal lung disease - in order to fulfil their ambitions. In this fun, warm-hearted and intimate portrait, we see the ups and downs as they prepare for two major world championships in Australia and South Korea, where they have the chance to prove themselves on the world stage - and show that we are never too old to dream big.

Brittany avatar
Brittany

loved it wow what a work

Julia S. avatar
Julia S.

A very good movie it was very entertaining

Heather avatar
Heather

This movie is really good! I loved it. I loved Charles Eugster in this movie.

Keith Johnson avatar
Keith Johnson

Still entranced one week after viewing. This is one the greatest films ever made.

Raymond Grant avatar
Raymond Grant

Believe me you will enjoy it! A must watch for Documentary fans

Ralph Butler avatar
Ralph Butler

Good story and lots to look at

Anthony H. avatar
Anthony H.

Really loved this film & really love Angela Peters!

Grace Morgan avatar
Grace Morgan

Charles Eugster does an amazing job and the movie is very well-made. I would recommend to anyone.

Aaron H. avatar
Aaron H.

Love this movie!! One of Charles Eugster and Angela Peters best movies in my opinion.

Matthew Fox avatar
Matthew Fox

Charles Eugster is an amazing actor. Here he is just too over the top.

Tyler avatar
Tyler

We only rented it because we love Charles Eugster. Turns out it was a really good movie.