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Tracktown (2016)

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A young, talented, and lonely long-distance runner twists her ankle as she prepares for the Olympic Trials and must do something she's never done before: take a day off.
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Plumb Marigold
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Sawyer
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Gail
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Burt
Rebecca Friday ...
Whitney
Sasha Spencer ...
Coach
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Jenny
Nick Symmonds ...
Nick (as Nick Symmond)
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Sports Doctor
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Juliane Accurso ...
Eugene Runner
Jon Anderson ...
Baker
Ally Aschbacher ...
Racer
Renee Metivier Baillie ...
Racer
Matthew Barnhart ...
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A young, talented, and lonely long-distance runner twists her ankle as she prepares for the Olympic Trials and must do something she's never done before: take a day off.

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Drama | Sport

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The bakery used in filming is Humble Bagel, a longtime local bakery in the South side of Eugene, Ore. where the film is based. The side window is in fact used to take students' orders during certain times of the day See more »

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Overall, very good comic-of-age story
15 June 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An interesting movie. A strange coming of age story about an athlete who had trained all her life to become an Olympic style racer, but she gets an injury and is force to take a day off. She gets to live the life of a young girl for one day. This mostly initials a relationship with a guy she has a crush on.   The movie in itself was a good lesson on dedication and how it's good to take a break once in a while but never let distractions keep you from your goals. The  Filmmakers obsession with the athlete's body very strange but interesting, but I did love those awkward moments with the Athlete's attempts to be normal outside of training.  


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