Fire in BabylonDVD - 2010
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The West Indies cricket team of 1970s and 1980s reigned supreme in cricket longer than any other team in history. Against the national liberation movement, extraordinary individuals with radical consciousness converged on the field to form a legendary team that transformed cricket. For this generation of Caribbean cricketers, cricket was more than just a game. Led by their visionary captain Clive Lloyd, they set out to subvert the elitist, colonial values embodied by cricket with fearless spirit, remarkable catches, unparalleled endurance, and the lightning-speed bowling. Intense training yielded the most physically powerful players the game had ever seen - immediately outmoding the days of pot-bellied cricketers. Despite the media's initial representation of the West Indies team as brutal terrorists, game after game of innovative cricket and buoyant energy eventually meant even the opposing teams couldn't help admiring and envying them.
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