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Even people which don't like sport may enjoy this!
I'm not the type of person which enjoys sport in general. And most movies of this type bore me endlessly.
Not so this one. Its really entertaining. The different aspects of sport occur all in it, and the typical problems of people doing sport, but they are not at all everything the movie has to offer. Instead we also get many political aspects (guy wrongful accused) and personal conflicts. The people here are not stereotypes, nobody is just purely good or just purely evil, and not all questions about them are answered by the movie, just like in real life.
This movie has a message, it has a story, and it has very good acting.
This is the first movie I've ever seen that made me cry! Go see it! My comments doesn't matter for this one. Just spoil yourself and go see this masterpiece you will NOT be disappointed! I don't know a reason why I shouldn't recommend it.
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