A biographical drama about the American athlete Jesse Owens, who is best known for his participation in the Olympics in Berlin in 1936 where he won 4 gold medals.
Jesse Owens is a poor black student, fighting to become the world's best sprinter. This at a time when blacks did not have many opportunities. After proving that he can break records, he is thrown into a completely different battle on the world stage, where he becomes a symbol of opposition to the Hitler Olympics in Berlin in 1936. Hitler's plan was to use the Olympics to demonstrate his ideology of Aryan supremacy. , but not everyone shares these extreme attitudes and it resonates all over the world.
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