Un lien avec plein de films qui parlent de gym : http://www.cobico-gymnastics.com/documentariesfilm.htm
Sinon il y a aussi ceux là qui parlent plus ou moins de gym :
Reach for the sky
This slow-paced drama is ideal viewing for those who are interested in the genuine rigors of championship training among gymnasts, as it carefully screens the protagonists' arduous and detailed disciplines in their day-to-day life at the famous Romanian gymnastics powerhouse, the Deva School, prior to a competition at which the highly trained athletes win everything in sight. This family-oriented program was the twelfth in the series Tales for All. ~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide
A pre-story sequence with Lance Henriksen as a super-spy and an opening credits obviously ripping off the James Bond themes gives hope for a spy story or spoof in the Bond mode. However, the story quickly opens with former USA gymnastics champion Kristie Phillips in the lead role as the spy's unknowing gymnast daughter who gets caught up in the spy's attempts to keep Ukranian missile launch codes from falling into the wrong hands. Sarah Douglas shows up as the Soviet spy trying to get the codes back and willing to kill anyone to get them including Phillips' Mother and brother. Tim Thomerson also appears as a journalist reporting on the gymnasts who gets caught up in the events.
Jonathan Cabot (Thomas) is a world champion gymnast who is inexplicably recruited and trained by the U.S. government to go to the tiny third world country of Parmistan to play "The Game." You see, everybody who enters Parmistan must play "The Game" - a deadly obstacle course that pits the competitors against all sorts of dangers, all while being chased by Ninjas in black pajamas. If you win, then you get to live, plus Parmistan will grant you one request. Is it just me, or does this seem to be a sketchy way of handling foreign policy?
Little girls in pretty boxes
The often too-intense world of competitive gymnastics is the focus of this made-for-television movie. Courtney Peldon stars as Katie Bryant, an aspiring young gymnast who is willing do whatever it takes to make it to the top of her sport -- including suffering verbal abuse from her demanding coach, competing while injured, and intense dieting. Swoosie Kurtz stars as her mother Allison, who at first agrees to the rigorous training, but later realizes the dangers of her daughter's environment. Mom Allison removes Katie from her strict coaching program and helps her find training with a more positive approach.
Robin and her father have a car accident. Her father dies. Robin is badly injured and cannot compete in gymnasics tournaments anymore. Shattered dreams. She lives with her mother and bad step-father. Robin is accepted to the school atlethics team but is not accepted by some other girls, so she works out at a friends house. Eventually Robin and her team compete in the national scholastic meet.
Steve is a talented gymnast who has given up competition and is working at his father's bike shop. Julie is the new girl at his old gym, who has moved to town to train with their powerful coach. Inspired by Julie, Steve resumes training. While dealing with the conflicts in their personal lives and the stress of training, they prepare for the US Olympic Trials.
After a gymnastics accident leaves her paraplegic, 18-year-old Anna Morgan returns to high school. Because of time lost due to her injury and rehab, she is repeating her junior year, with her sister Beth. The film covers her adjustments to her new life, and her classmates' problems in dealing with her wheelchair. In a series of small vignettes, it also gives a picture of her family, good and bad, and her parents' efforts to support their kids while dealing with their own fears.