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Moser: Dare to Win
A film by Nello Correale

82 minutes, color, 2018





 
   

Synopsis

The iconic Italian cyclist Francesco Moser is a legend on two wheels, born and raised in Trentino, Italy, but renowned all over the world. Nicknamed 'Lo sceriffo' (The Sheriff), Moser was dominant from the mid-1970s to the mid-80s, winning the 1977 World Championships, Paris-Roubaix (three times straight), Milan-San Remo, the Giro d'Italia, and dozens of other important races. At the end of his career he broke Eddy Merckx's long-standing hour record in Mexico City.

The filmmakers look back at his amazing career, from humble origins to becoming a great champion, and then proceed to follow the charismatic 'campione' (now 67) over the course of a year, creating a unique portrait of the man, his family and the small town (Palý di Giovo) he still lives in.

"A no-holds-barred portrait of the great champion who tells the story of his life and career in an unexpected way," explains director Nello Correale.

An exceptional human adventure story, Moser: Dare to Win reveals Moser's deep bond with his homeland and retraces his feats in the company of fellow iconic champions Eddy Merckx, Giuseppi Saronni and Bernard Hinault.




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