|Riffers|| Mike Nelson|
|Date Released||August 30, 2018|
Plot Synopsis and PreviewEditThis film depicts the trials and tribulations of competing for a place on the U.S. Men's Olympic Volleyball team.
Newcomers Sonny and Catch must adapt to the rigorous training methods of the coach, while team veteran Newt grapples with marital difficulties.
Eventually, Sonny loses his place on the roster, and Catch helps a woman defect from an oppressive Eastern-bloc country.
Cast and CrewEdit
- Michael Park as Coach Doames
- Patrick Houser as Catch
- Steven W. Burns as Sonny
- Christopher Allport as Newt
- Jo McDonnell as Marcia
- Kristi Ferrell as Pam
Quotes and ReferencesEdit
- "You know, as a newt, his breeding habits are of great interest to Gussie Fink-Nottle."
Augustus "Gussie" Fink-Nottle is a supporting character in the "Jeeves & Wooster" series of books by P.G. Wodehouse, which are set among the British upper-class in the early 20th century. Gussie is studious and well-meaning, but socially-awkward. He prefers to spend his time raising newts, and will talk at great length about his hobby regardless of his companions' lack of interest in the subject.