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Tickets: Reserved Seating $9 (plus historical restoration fee)
The structure of an Orangetheory fitness class forms the structure of the film—rotating between three main characters and their stories. The narratives are seamlessly interwoven, focusing on the collective human need to be a part of a community and make ourselves strong—both physically and mentally. While fitness isn’t always front and center in the characters’ story arcs, it is never far from frame.
Throughout the film, we follow Orangetheory Coach Joe and member Kristen on their journeys through personal struggle and, ultimately, to triumph. Their stories are interwoven with Ellen Latham’s, who’s inspiring, and sometimes difficult, path ultimately led to the creation of Orangetheory Fitness. Her drive parallels so many of the brand’s members, and nowhere is it as evident as in this film.
The documentary combines the intimacy of cinema verité with the elegance of an indie feature film. There are authentic and raw moments of quiet reflection as well as action. In general, the look and tone is upbeat, active, and will leave all who watch it inspired and motivated to attain More Life.