Synopsis: RUN is a fast-paced, action/thriller, which centers on a street smart, 17-year-old named Daniel who practices Parkour and is both hero and thief.
Director(s): Simone Bartesaghi
Production: Intrinsic Value Films
  1 win.
90 min

I just pulled a muscle...

Hey, have I seen you

in my building?

Ha. You know Squirrel?

Uh, no. Hey, nice to meet you.

Let's go.

Check this out.

What's up?

Bro, we don't compete.


We'll totally win this.

Wait. What are you

guys talking about?

These guys want to

compete like in a...

Junior high cock fight?

My, uh, ape of a brother here

did not introduce us properly.

I'm Emily.


That's how you only

stutter your name, bro.

It's nice to meet you. Me, too.

So, yeah, like you

said, we do Parkour.

We don't compete. Come

on, maybe we should.


gets five K.

No is better. Why don't you

guys just want the money?

It's not why we do it.

To fit indoor to...

You're too conservative.

Oh, yeah?

We'd be training the same way.

Wouldn't be any different.

The motivation's different. We

could really use the money though.

We could fix the gym up.

Think how beast

we could all get.

We could make a video like

those crazy Russian guys.

And also think about the new

freerunners you could meet.

I'm still not getting it.

Free ride.


Moving through your environment.

Free in your body.

It's physical art.

Like taking this whole place,

turning it into a canvas.

And you're the brush.

It's really fun.

Can be dangerous though.

He might hurt himself.

He's right. Unless you're too scared.

No, I'm not scared.

If you?re afraid, you just shouldn't try.

It's for real men.


He's right. Get down. Get down.

Hey, stop it.

Get off, all of you.

All right. It's time to

take him to the oracle.

Hey, Sean, this way.



You two get to class.

Only if you?re worthy

can you make it into the den.

Up there?

I told you.

It's for real men.

Now, focus.

You can do it.

Guess that'll have to do.

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