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One Team. One Country. One Chance For Revenge.
A powerful documentary about the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and the Melbourne Olympics.
In this hard hitting film, the story is finally told about the fateful moment in 1956 when Hungary exploded in a people power revolt and climaxes with the infamous water polo showdown between Hungary and the Soviet Union at the Melbourne Olympics. Now known as the "Blood in the Water Match," the documentary follows the journey of the Hungarian Olympic water polo team and its young star, Ervin Zador, who find themselves the unwitting focal point of the most politicized sports match ever played.
Narrated by Olympic gold medallist Mark Spitz.
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