R | | Biography, Drama, Sport
A biography of sports legend Muhammad Ali, focusing on his triumphs and controversies between 1964 and 1974.
Chicago's Northwest Armory, at 1551 North Kedzie Avenue, doubled as both New York City's Audubon Ballroom backstage and Houston's induction center. The wall to the left as Malcolm X walks down the hallway moments before his death is the opposite ... ...
Yeah, I know where Vietnam is; it's on TV. Southeast Asia? It's there, too?
When Belinda is confronting Ali about his relationship with Veronica in Zaire, there are Cell Phone antennas clearly visible on the rooftop of next door building. Commercial Cell Phone Networks were 15 years away from being developed in 1974.
In the opening credits, as the main title fades away the A of Ali lasts a little longer than the other two letters.
A Director's Cut was released on DVD in North America on June 1st, 2004. The runtime of the film is approximately 8 minutes longer at around 165 minutes, but the changes are more significant than it seems: Director Michael Mann deleted about 5 minutes of footage and put 14 minutes of new material in.
Set Me Free
Written by Lisa Gerrard, Pieter Bourke and Ray Murray
Produced by Ray Murray
Performed by Dungeon East & Whild Peach
Published by Lisa Gerrard & Pieter Bourke, Murray Media Music Company, Colpix Music, Inc. and New Columbia Pictures Music,
English, French, Swahili
$10,216,625 (USA) (23 December 2001)
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