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James Kramer
Ian Roberts ...
Marius Kramer
Mandoza ...
Mzi
Jenna Dover ...
Emily (as Jena Dover)
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Katie
Marius Roberts ...
Louw
Castro Hlongwane ...
Vusi
Zach Teubes ...
Meyer
Mary-Anne Barlow ...
Angela (as Mary-Ann Barlow)
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Anne
Jan Nortje ...
Big boorish boyfriend
Kerry Anne Kallerstone ...
Bush Bar girl
Stuart Williams ...
Cameron
Errol Ballentine ...
Coach Dickens (as Errol Ballantine)
Guy Kebble ...
Daniel
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It is not how many times you get knocked down, it is how many times you get up.

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27 January 2006 (South Africa)  »

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ZAR 21,000,000 (estimated)

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$50,597 (South Africa) (7 April 2006)
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It is a great sports movie, but its more than a sports movie
16 January 2006 | by (South Africa) – See all my reviews

It's a movie starring South African hunk Colin Moss(He has been the presenter of the SA idols for 2 years running). It started slowly, but once it got pace it was amazing! The movie seem to have all the elements of an amazing sports drama, yet it offers more than the usual clichés one would expect from a sports movie. It is cleverly written and it is clearly one of the most mainstream commercial movies I have seen to come out of South Africa. Colin Moss is superb as James Kramer and Shannon Esra impressed as the love interest. When she shows up at the end at the rugby match, the audience is in completely in love with her. The movie also features rugby legend Naas Botha.


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