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Comedy, Family, Sport
In 1986, Northern Ireland is divided on religious lines and the streets of Belfast are being torn apart with rioting. In amongst this, nine-year-old Tommy tries to make sense of what is going on around him through football, particularly Northern Ireland’s upcoming World Cup match against the mighty Brazil, led by the genius Socrates de Souza. An unlikely group of misfits, the fortunes of the national team – made up of Protestants and Catholics – unified the country for the weeks of the World Cup. This comedy is about following your dreams and is a warm-hearted testament to the power of sport to bring communities together in the most challenging of circumstances.
A unique and entertaining film from Tibet about two young monks desperate to find a way of watching the 1998 World Cup Final in their monastery.
7–14 years 90 mins
Moving documentary about American Samoa – officially the world's worst football team – and their attempts to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in...
14+ years 93 mins
Feel good British comedy following Jessminder and Jules whose shared passion for football brings them together in a local girls' team.
11+ years 112 mins
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