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Guts is everything.

Australian documentary on 1987 World Motorcycle Grand Prix Champion Wayne Gardner's rise to triumph, from the director of Last Cab to Darwin. Features interviews with legends from the sport's 'golden age' including Eddie Lawson, Wayne Rainy, Mick Doohan and Kevin Schwantz.


Directed by

  • Jeremy Sims('Last Cab to Darwin', 'Last Train to Freo', 'Beneath Hill 60')

Documentary, Sport


Rating: M Offensive language


Sydney Morning Herald


Apart from the title, I loved every minute of Jeremy Sims' surprising and entertaining film.

FilmInk (Australia)


...a pretty straightforward, rather hagiographic biography that'll please fans but won't do much for newcomers.

The Telegraph (UK)


Directed by Jeremy Sims, Wayne is snapshot of '80s male culture; a tall-but-true story of a life lived at full tilt by a bloke with a singular vision and the audacity to deliver on it.

Stuff.co.nz (James Croot)


You don't have to be a motorsport fan to richly enjoy Kiwi producing duo Matthew Metcalfe and Fraser Brown's (McLaren, the upcoming Scott Dixon doco Born Racer) latest work, but it will certainly help.