PRLog - March 29, 2011 - CONDADO, Puerto Rico -- Considering the marketing window of the XVI Panamerican Games to be held in Guadalajara, Mexico in October 2011, we believe that only prestigious companies should be given the unique investment opportunity to own, broadcast and/or distribute this one-of-a-kind historic sports film.
It’s a film titled A Step Away, the English version, narrated by Orson Welles and the Spanish version A Solo un Paso, narrated by Carlos Montalban, widely known as The Golden Voice of the Americas. This award-winning documentary encompasses a variety of relevant, never before seen footage, depicting a collage of personal stories, including stories comencing in the 1975 Panamerican Games in Mexico, 1976 Montreal Olympiad, 1978 Edmonton Games in Canada, ending in the 1979 Panamerican Games in Puerto Rico up to the 1980 Moscow Olympiad boycotted by the USA president Jimmy Carter and other nations. In 1981 this film was placed in a time capsule until 2010, when it was restored and digitally remastered. A bilingual market test titled “Pre-Release”