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Saturday, April 23, 2016
7 Days in Hell mockumentary
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Williams is considered "The Bad Boy of Tennis." He was found on the
streets and adopted by Richard Williams, who raised Aaron with his
daughters, Venus and Serena Williams. He begins to engage in risky
behavior with Rod Stewart and David Copperfield when his tennis career
takes off. At the 1996 Wimbledon Finals, on his championship point, his
serve hits a line judge, who has an immediate heart attack and dies.
Williams falters and loses the championship. At the ceremony following
the match, Williams lashes out and pushes Prince Edward, the Duke of
Kent(Howie Mandel), and disappears.
Charles Poole is a child prodigy. While physically gifted and being
very attractive, Poole was forced into a tennis career by his mother
(Mary Steenburgen), who sped his education along by sending him to a
vocational school where he earned a degree as a truck driver. Thus,
Poole is very dim-witted and his mother threatens to disown him if he
loses. He appears on a local show hosted by Caspian Wint (Michael
Sheen) as a 15 year old and is on track to become the youngest
professional tennis player in history. He tells Wint that he idolizes
Aaron Williams. [wiki]