Roommate, monitor star Sha’Carri Richardson could also be identified for her fast strikes, however now she has the distinction of having the ability to share her life story with the assistance of the late Virgil Abloh at one of many world’s largest and most prestigious movie festivals.
A documentary concerning the lifetime of Sha’Carri Richardson entitled Sub Eleven Seconds, directed by Bafic and produced by Virgil Abloh earlier than his premature dying, will premiere on the Sundance Movie Competition, which goes digital this yr as a consequence of COVID-19 takes place .
In keeping with an official description of the documentary, “A poetic portrayal of Sha’Carri Richardson, a younger monitor and discipline athlete’s quest to meet her dream of qualifying for the Olympics…a rumination on time, loss and hope,” Sub Eleven Seconds ‘ distills the literal ‘10,000 hours’ in Sha’Carri’s journey to mastering her craft as she makes an attempt to run the 100-meter sprint in underneath 11 seconds on the world stage.
Within the trailer for the movie, which she additionally shared on her Twitter account, Sha’Carri might be heard speaking about her in a single day success within the athletics world:
“Time is my blessing and my curse. On the monitor, I am blessed to run quick. Off the monitor, time cheated me. You do not know when one thing or somebody can be taken from you.”
You may watch Sub Eleven Seconds solely on the Sundance Movie Competition web site, the place will probably be out there till January thirtiethth.
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