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  • Jodi Comisky [My Sugar Coated Life]

    Murderball. One of my favorite documentaries.

  • Fannie Smith

    GREAT movie about Wheelchair Rugby

  • Corina Isabel

    Murderball (2005) - Amazing doc. Perfect example about how great documentary films always have the crux of a truly personal story at the center.

  • Tina Kelly

    Murderball (2005) Poster -- A film about paraplegics who play full-contact rugby in Mad Max-style wheelchairs - overcoming unimaginable obstacles to compete in the Paralympic Games in Athens, Greece.

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