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The movie Cal was based on the book Cal.

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Movie details for Cal

The movie was released in 1984. Cal was produced by Integrity 7. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Soul Cal-Cali Bouldering Road Trip.

 

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Let the SOUL CAL road trip begin! Ride along with Chris "Lick" Lindner, Natasha "Tash" Barnes, Garret "G-Unit" Gregor, Buck "Nasty" Branson, Paul "PDiddy" Dusatko, and the entire SOUL CAL crew as they attack the classic boulders of Southern California. ... Read More
Let the SOUL CAL road trip begin! Ride along with Chris "Lick" Lindner, Natasha "Tash" Barnes, Garret "G-Unit" Gregor, Buck "Nasty" Branson, Paul "PDiddy" Dusatko, and the entire SOUL CAL crew as they attack the classic boulders of Southern California.

From the stellar sandstone of Santa Barbara and Stoney Point to the perfect Volcanic and Granite of Bishop, Black Mountain, The Tramway, and San Diego; the posse will show you what the West Coast is all about: PERFECT BOULDERING.

From V5 classics to BELLY FLOP V13 first ascents, TEAM SOUL CAL represents all to the bumping beats of an original underground Hip Hop soundtrack by the sickest DJ in the world, DJ REVOLUTION.

Directed by the SOUL CAL pimp himself, Paul "PDiddy" Dusatko.

***Includes seperate DJ Revolution Soundtrack CD***

Book details for Cal

Cal was written by Bernard MacLaverty. The book was published in 1982 by W. W. Norton & Company. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

 

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First published in 1983, this lyrical novel, superficially straightforward but full of stories within stories, first brought Bernard MacLaverty's work to public attention. In the novel, a young Irish Republican Army operative who wants to break the cycle ... Read More
First published in 1983, this lyrical novel, superficially straightforward but full of stories within stories, first brought Bernard MacLaverty's work to public attention. In the novel, a young Irish Republican Army operative who wants to break the cycle of violence seeks out a woman whose Ulster policeman husband he helped to murder. As their relationship grows, so do Cal's guilt and sorrow, until, in the end, he is forced to make a sacrifice of himself in order to gain redemption. Rich in ideas and history, this book helps us understand the situation in Northern Ireland--which "is not just there," MacLaverty has remarked, "as a colorful background."