HEADLINE: Brian Lara documentary to open 2020 Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival

link CaribbeanCricket.com Joined: Mar 5, 2003
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9/8/20, 9:46:34 AM 

A film about West Indies batting icon Brian Lara, featuring rarely seen archive footage and stills, will open TT Film Festival on Wednesday night in Trinidad and Tobago.

Directed by award-nominated director Sam Lockyer, the film titled ‘501 Not Out’, focuses on Lara’s record-breaking innings for Warwickshire in 1994.

“I have fulfilled a long-held dream in making the film and I hope that it is a fitting tribute to the genius of Brian Lara, my childhood hero and the greatest cricketer to ever live.”

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link TriniStar Joined: Aug 20, 2019
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9/8/20, 8:11:05 PM 
In reply to CaribbeanCricket.com

my childhood sporting hero as well. Looking forward to seeing this

link problemjay Joined: Aug 3, 2014
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9/9/20, 7:24:19 AM 
more people need to know about this

link bolls Joined: Jun 13, 2019
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9/9/20, 10:00:01 AM 
In reply to problemjay

What has he done to know more about him? He is a biggest failure of modern era cricketers. Miserably failed in ODI cricket while compared to his peers like Tendulkar, Ponting, Sangakkara, Ganguly, Dravid, Steve Waugh etc etc, all of them are successful captains or has a world cup against their name and had good ODI record. Where as failara failed miserably in ODI cricket.

link problemjay Joined: Aug 3, 2014
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9/9/20, 10:28:02 AM 
In reply to bolls

lol based on your recent posts we can all see you suffering from Brian Lara trauma. The legendary Lara's test and ODIs stats and influence on the game of cricket speak for itself so don't bother waste our time

link Trinidave Joined: Dec 1, 2002
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9/9/20, 1:15:16 PM 
In reply to bolls

big grin big grin big grin

Bruh! Seek help.

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