Iron Will – Der Wille zum Sieg ist ein US-amerikanischer Abenteuerfilm von Regisseur Charles Haid. Er wurde im Jahr veröffentlicht. Übersetzung im Kontext von „Iron Will“ in Englisch-Deutsch von Reverso Context: Iron Will We Galbiati people have iron in our DNA. Iron Will - Der Wille zum Sieg von Charles Haid DVD bei myyaletown.com bestellen. ✓ Bis zu 70% günstiger als Neuware ✓ Top Qualität ✓ Gratis Versand ab 10€.
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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Mackenzie Astin Will Stoneman Kevin Spacey Harry Kingsley David Ogden Stiers Harper August Schellenberg Ned Dodd Brian Cox Angus McTeague George Gerdes Borg Guillarson John Terry Jack Stoneman Penelope Windust Maggie Stoneman Jeffrey Alan Chandler DeFontaine Michael Laskin Simon Lambert James Cada Peter Swenson Rex Linn Joe McPherson Allan R.
Albert Carey Alvin William 'Dutch' Lunak Despite his happiness at being accepted, he hesitates to leave his family responsibilities behind; Jack however encourages Will to attend college and to chase his dreams, and to not let fear stand his way.
While returning with Will one day from a lumber run with their sled dogs, Jack drowns in a mushing accident when his sled overturns into a river; he sacrifices his own life to prevent Will, whose team was just ahead and tied to his own sled, from being dragged into the water, too.
As the only son, now responsible for his mother Maggie Penelope Windust and his family's bill-indebted farm, Will despairs of college but protests when his mother plans to sell their valuable sled dogs.
Knowing that his father was thinking of competing in an international dog-sled race with a cash prize that his father knew could save the farm, Will insists on making the attempt.
After a month of rigorous physical, mental and spiritual training from Native Indian farm hand Ned Dodd August Schellenberg , Will travels to Winnipeg , Manitoba , Canada to enter the race.
The race's principal sponsor, railroad magnate J. Harper David Ogden Stiers , initially refuses his entry as too late. American news reporter Harry Kingsley Kevin Spacey sees the youngster as his opportunity to win headlines and gives Will the extra money he lacks to pay the late fee, which Harper reluctantly accepts rather than be criticized in American newspapers.
The rich race sponsors and the highly experienced international mushing champions scoff at the brash boy's apparently silly hopes of being real competition for them.
During the race, Will's energy and determination wins the grudging respect of the international mushers and immensely pleases Harper, who never expected Will to last for more than a day in the race.
Kingsley writes admiring articles gushing about Will's courage and competitive zeal nicknaming him "Iron Will" to bolster his public image as an American hero , but his stories, written by a cynical reporter, languish on back pages while the world focuses on the European War.
As Will follows Ned's training advice to "run longer, sleep less," start earlier and race persistently for the long hours and many days of the over mile race through subzero blizzards and lonely snow-covered forests, he endures brutal cold, steep mountains, treacherous river passages and various other obstacles.
Will becomes increasingly tired and sick, especially after he sacrifices his lead one day to save the life of a Icelandic fellow competitor who was felled in a remote area by the influenza beginning to sweep the world.
Upon learning Will's intention to win, Harper becomes understanding of him and refuses to drop him out of the race because he experienced similar things as Will did in the past before his own financial success.
One of the race's co-sponsors Angus McTeague Brian Cox offers a bribe to a particularly brutal Swedish competitor Borg Guillarson George Gerdes to do whatever it takes to force the kid out of the race.
The intimidating racer eliminates a number of other mushers by underhanded tactics. He also takes a special malevolent interest in the innocent young man, mocking Will, threatening him and eventually releasing the meanest of his large dogs to attack and attempt to kill Will's lead dog, Gus.
Will stands up against this active attempted sabotage by Borg and also realizes that his supposed sponsor Kingsley is just using him as a pawn to justify embellished articles which the veteran reporter hopes will win him front-page status and a promotion from the cold North to his paper's Headquarters.
However, when McTeague, who has funded the attempted sabotage of Will's attempts so he can win an immense side bet, repeatedly tries to bribe Will to drop out of the race, Kingsley overhears the final offer, defends Will's honor and throws McTeague out.
By standing up for the plucky boy, the jaded reporter suddenly lost some of his cynicism and found himself trying to help Will for purely unselfish reasons.
Will accepts the gesture and the two make amends. On the last day of the race, reporter Kingsley becomes genuinely concerned when he sees how serious Will's physical condition is and can barely move.
Kingsley urges the battered and exhausted Will to drop out of the race and see a doctor, but Will insists on finishing the race. Will finds himself following Borg on a dangerous shortcut to the finish line.
This hazardous frosty course alongside runs a turbulent river, just like the trail that took the life of Will's father. Before this, every time Will confronted a frozen lake or icy riverside trail, he avoided those paths out of fear over what happened to his father.
This time, Will remembers Ned's advice and finds the courage to trust his dog team and risk the water hazards as Gus recovers enough to finish the race.
Borg takes the lead by continually whipping his dogs, but they quit from exhaustion and attack him when he attempts to brutalize them into continuing.
Will sees Borg being savaged by his team and scares them off, saving his enemy, as he races by on the dangerous shortcut.
The large crowd waiting at the finish line suddenly sees Will come into view with a huge lead. Exhausted from lack of sleep, having been battered by falls and cut by tree limbs, Will's sled overturns near the finish line and he collapses.
Then Ned awakens the spirit of his father's dog Gus with a familiar whistle with the crowd following suit. While the other racers close in, Will struggles to stand back up again and cross the finish line just ahead of the others.
Falling to the ground, unable to stand, he is helped up by his fellow competitors and falls into his mothers arms in an embrace. Spectators, along with Kingsley, Harper and other race officials and reporters, surround Will, applauding him for his heroic victory, his endurance and persistence for not giving up.
Much of the film was shot on location in Minnesota, mostly along the Lake Superior shoreline as well as Iron Range cities Cloquet and Floodwood.
Although the race takes place between Winnipeg and Saint Paul, neither city actually appears in the film. The Winnipeg starting point for the race was filmed in Duluth, Minnesota near the Historic Old Central High School.
The Lake Superior Railroad Museum , located in Two Harbors, Minnesota , portrayed the St.Before this, every time Will confronted a frozen lake or icy riverside trail, he avoided those paths Outlander Kinox.To of fear over what happened to his father. Simon Lambert. Arrowhead Trini Mitchum from 4. Sound Mix: Dolby. Growing up on a farm in South Dakota "Will Stoneman" Mackenzie Astin is worried about the financial impact of his going to college will have for his family. PalmerRobert Schwartz. Dat öffnen Mr Prodi, can we, the Basques, live in Europe without our internal iron curtain? English Madam President, Winston Churchill once spoke of an iron curtain coming down over Synology Festplatte Gegen Größere Tauschen. Süddakota Um seine Familie vor dem finanziellen Ruin zu retten, beschließt der siebzehnjährige Will, bei einem Marathon-Hundeschlitten-Rennen über Meilen quer durch den Norden Amerikas teilzunehmen. Als Siegesprämie winken Dollar. Iron Will – Der Wille zum Sieg ist ein US-amerikanischer Abenteuerfilm von Regisseur Charles Haid. Er wurde im Jahr veröffentlicht. myyaletown.com: Finden Sie Iron Will - Der Wille zum Sieg in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von. Online-Shopping mit großer Auswahl im DVD & Blu-ray Shop.