Just. One. Mile.*
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United States
Release Year & TMFF Edition:
Duane Codrington
96 minutes
TMFF Awards:
December Winner - 2nd Best Feature Film


It’s Just One Mile. Anybody can run just one mile. That’s the rallying cry, shouted at competitors every twenty minutes, to line them up and do it again and again until only one is left. The Mid-State Mile follows a “last man standing” format, but it is different from other races. It tortures the sport’s elite with over 300 feet of elevation every mile! Think scaling Everest and back and more! Consider the event is held in the deep woods of Eastern Tennessee in the heart of summer where temperatures and humidity approach triple digits. There’s no prize money awarded. No trophies. Bodies and minds are pushed to be the last man standing- whose only tangible reward is a hand-made quilt fashioned by the race organizer’s Mother.


*Only a trailer is available for now.


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