Filmed across four continents, Unbreakable takes eight super-fit members of the public on a punishing global trail to undergo a series of brutal challenges.
From the Norwegian arctic to the Sahara Desert, the volunteers will learn to survive in the world's harshest environments and endure some of the toughest military training around. They will be bossed and cajoled by physical trainers and survival experts as they bid to outdo–and outlast–each other.
Next morning they get a lesson in alligator wrangling, and have to wrestle and secure an alligator each. Not an easy task. The final challenge is a game of stickball, which was originally called lacrosse, and was a much bloodier sport than the current version played at schools. A game could last all day, and contestants died. And this game was played by the old rules--no rules.
Duane Loken as Teacher
With his Teacher official website, Duane Loken has done a good job capitalizing on his role in Unbreakable. But he promoting himself as Duane Loken, actor, or as Teacher, Native guide and, er, teacher?
The latter, it seems. I'm not sure how seriously we should take an actor who gets cast in the role of a teacher and starts calling himself Teacher.
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