The Worlds Fastest Indian

Theatrical Release: December 9, 2005
The Worlds Fastest Indian
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Synopsis

The life story of New Zealander Burt Munro, who spent years building a 1920 Indian motorcycle — a bike which helped him set the land-speed world record at Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats in 1967

Dove Review

Sometimes older people have a certain goal in life that they want to accomplish while they have time on earth. Burt Munro has been working on his Indian motorcycle for 40 years and his goal is to go to Utah’s Bonnieville Salt Flats to race it. “The World’s Fastest Indian” takes you along with Burt on his adventure. Based on a true story, there are amazing people he meets on the way and crazy situations he always seems to get himself out of.

It is laugh-out-loud funny in spots. This story is well done but unfortunately I cannot award the Dove Seal of Approval due to some inappropriate content, including some crude talk about dog genitalia.

Content Description

Sex: Implied sex between Burt and two different women at different times, a hooker makes Burt an offer for money, a transvestite, innuendos about a mans sexual ability.
Language: GD-1; H-1; D-1; Bast*rd-1; A-2; S-1.
Violence: None
Drugs: Shows different people drinking and smoking, man taking medication for his heart.
Nudity: Man and boy urinating on a lemon tree shown from behind them, man urinating on side of road from behind.
Occult: None

Info

Company: Magnolia Pictures
Director: Roger Donaldson
Producer: Roger Donaldson
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 127 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe