In the new feature-length documentary "350 Days" tackles the severe toll a year on a professional wrestlers life. The cast is full of various legends and icons of the squared circle.
350 Days is a wrestling documentary that tackles the life of a professional wrestler during the afformentioned span of time. This is a no non-sense documentary, nothing is held back, no filters whatsoever.
From drugs, relationships, money, you name it, all controversial topics regarding a wrestler's life will be discussed by the men and women themselves! Get to know what it was like during the heyday of wrestling in America and how it affected those wrestlers' lives altogether.
"Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase
"Superstar" Billy Graham
"Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine
George "The Animal" Steele*
Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka*
Bill Eadie aka Masked Superstar/Demolition Ax
"The Genius" Lanny Poffo
Abdullah The Butcher
Angelo Mosca Sr.
"The Butcher" Paul Vachon*
"Soulman" Rocky Johnson
Ray Apollo aka Doink the Clown
"Pretty Boy" Larry Sharpe*
Don Leo Jonathan
Director: Fulvio Cecere
Executive Producer: Darren Antola
Executive Producer: David Wilkins
Associate Producer: Evan Ginzburg
Editor: Michael Burlingame
What interests me about this documentary in particular is that I've personally never seen anything like it before. Plus the cast alone makes it all the more "must watch" because a lot of the wrestlers involved are bonafied legends and Hall of Famers. Just hearing them getting to share stories whether fun or horrid is a joy to watch for me as a wrestling fan!
If you're a wrestling fan especially of the old school era as early as the 70's until the late 90's, then this is definitely for you. But let's say you're not a wrestling fan, I think one can still enjoy this documentary in a way where you can possibly learn something about life in general for how these wrestlers sacrificed everything they got just for the entertainment of the each and every fan.
Pro Wrestling is no easy business, I know I may joke about booking and all that crap but at the end of the day, anyone who gets inside the squared circle who respects and does their craft well, gains back my respect as well.
As a wrestling fan, we take the wrestlers themselves for granted. Especially back then where the territorial days were still prominent, the toll on one's body no matter how mighty or big you were, will ultimately take it's task one day.
Definitely go watch this movie and spread it around to everyone you know that could be of interest!
Thanks For Reading.
350 Days will be showing on Cinemas at July 12
For more information visit their website: 350daysthemovie.com
The name is Super Mastodon. Been a wrestling fan throughout my life, and I share my interest with you here, at the MWC Blog.
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