Freedom's Fury is a documentary film about the Melbourne, Australia 1956 Summer Olympics semifinal water polo match between Hungary and the USSR, and the events that led up to the violent battle, the match that what would later be known as the "Blood in the Water match."
The documentary was written and directed by Colin Keith Gray and Megan Raney Aarons, the brother and sister duo better known as "The Sibs". Gray's Michigan co-alumnus Lucy Liu, while working on Kill Bill, helped them enlist Quentin Tarantino as co-executive producer with Liu in 2001.
Freedom's Fury was produced by Kristine Lacey, executive produced by Quentin Tarantino, Lucy Liu, Amy Sommer, and Andrew G. Vajna, and co-produced by Thor Halvorssen. Narration was provided by Olympic gold medalist Mark Spitz, who as a teenager had been coached by Ervin Zádor.
The film debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2006, in the year of the 50th anniversary of the match.
|Herstellungsland:||Vereinigte Staaten, Australien|
|Regie:||Colin Keith Gray|
|Produzent:||Thor Leonardo Halvorssen Mendoza|
|Wiktor Iwanowitsch Agejew|
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