Didn't expect to enjoy this documentary as much as I did. Stumbled onto it at Disney and put it on as background noise while playing a game, but it quickly pulled me in. Follows a couple teams from different countries as they prepare to compete in the FIRST robotics competition, which I've never heard of. Enjoyable and optimistic.
More Than Robots
More Than Robots
"More Than Robots" follows four teams of teenagers from around the world as they prepare for the 2020 FIRST Robotics Competition. Get to know teams from Los Angeles, Mexico City, and Chiba, Japan as they work towards the goal of taking their unique designs all the way to the highly competitive global championships. Although they are faced with overcoming challenges along the way, such as having limited resources within their community or putting everything on hold because of a worldwide pandemic, the kids persevere and learn that there is a lot more to the competition than just robots.
March 25, 2022 at 10:10 PM
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Reviews about "winning I've everything"
The few reviews on here talking about winning is everything misses the point entirely and has never participated in FiRST or else they'd get it.
The organization is nurturing a generation to compete using teamwork, but not at all costs or scorching the earth on the way to victory.
There are phrases termed by FIRST: Gracious Professionalism - be respectful when winning or not, leave something better than you found it.
Coopertition - help out other teams, maybe with a power tool or resources, so you can beat them at their best.
They are trying to instill in all of us by building robots together we can be better humans in life And in the workforce.
The students I've worked with have grown to be exceptional teammates and leaders, the future looks bright.
Let's all sing kumbaya, right?
Everything is about winning.
Everybody wants the best job, the most good looking partner, the perfect life....
This thing about not winning is good only in Disney's movies.
Life is hard. Get used to it.
Oh... Britta directed this?