Prince Harry Says The World Needs This Movie Right Now

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Prince Harry has spent a lot of 2020 planning to enhance the world. After his and Meghan Markle’s exit from royal duties, they launched the Archewell charity. While they spend time establishing Archewell and elevating consciousness for Black Lives Matter and coronavirus (COVID-19) aid, little issues can make a distinction.

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Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex | Chris Jackson – WPA Pool/Getty Images

The Duke of Sussex gave an interview for the documentary movie Rising Phoenix. In a press release he launched by Netflix, Prince Harry says the world wants this film. Read what he mentioned beneath. Rising Phoenix is now streaming on Netflix. 

Why Prince Harry says the world wants ‘Rising Phoenix’

Rising Phoenix is the story of the Paralympic Games. The filmmakers profile such rivals as Italian fencer Bebe Vio, American archer Matt Stutzman, Australian swimmer Ellie Cole, French runner Jean-Baptiste Alaize, British runner Jonny Peacock, Chinese weight lifter Cui Zhe, American wheelchair racer Tatyana Mcfadden, Australian wheelchair Rugby participant Ryley Batt and South African runner Ntando Mahlangu.

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Rising Phoenix is a narrative that the world wants proper now,” Prince Harry’s assertion learn. “We are confronted by the true power of the human spirit and the sheer strength of mind to overcome and achieve what most would deem impossible.”

Prince Harry’s position in ‘Rising Phoenix’

Prince Harry based the Invictus Games. Wounded, sick or injured miltiary veterans compete in occasions like sitting volleyball, wheelchair rugby, 100-metre, wheelchair basketball and 5 different occasions. 

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Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex greets athletes in the course of the launch of the Invictus Games | Patrick van Katwijk/WireImage

Rising Phoenix chronicles the historical past that led to the Paralympic Games. It started with utilizing sports activities to assist rehabilitate wounded veterans. The Duke of Sussex speaks to the worth of sports activities in therapeutic, and discusses the historical past of sport for the disabled, together with International Paralympic Committee Former President Philip Craven, former CEO Xavi Gonzalez and President Andrew Parsons. 

‘Rising Phoenix’ proves the message of the Invictus Games too

Rising Phoenix follows the above athletes in several Paralympic Games at completely different years. The 2016 Rio Paralympics virtually didn’t occur, and every athlete skilled a triumph or disappointment in their very own occasion. In his assertion, Harry hoped these athletic tales encourage everybody who watches the movie in 2020.

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Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex | Patrick van Katwijk/WireImage

“It proves that sport is much more than a physical skill,” Prince Harry mentioned. “It is purpose and drive, community and comradery, ambition and self-worth. These athletes are not only a credit to their countries and to their sport, they are also a true testament to human endeavour, and the epitome of resilience.”

Perhaps ‘Rising Phoenix’ can tide followers over till Prince Harry’s subsequent Invictus Games

Prince Harry needed to postpone the 2020 Invictus Games because of the pandemic. They couldn’t compete in May, so have postponed the occasion to 2021. At the time, the Duke of Sussex despatched a message to all of the hopeful rivals and spectators. Perhaps now that he’s in Rising Phoenix, that may assist carry some athletic inspiration to 2020 too.

“This was an incredibly difficult decision for all of us to have to make,” he mentioned in a March video clip. “Do what you do best, which is reaching out to other people—be it those who still wear the uniform, those that used to wear the uniform, or just those people in your community who may be suffering or may be vulnerable during this period.”

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