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Based in Memphis, Tennessee, the Manassas Tigers are an underfunded high school team, comprised of players from underprivileged backgrounds. Despite having failed to win a playoff game since their founding in 1899, the arrival of volunteer coach Bill Courtney in 2004 results in a change in fortunes, and in 2009 – led by their star player O.C. Brown – they have an opportunity to break their historic losing streak. As well as following the fortunes of the team, this Academy Award-winning documentary focuses on three of its players both on and off the field as they attempt to overcome anger issues, family tragedy and deprivation in the area, inspired by their coach to become the best that they can be.
Can naturally talented boxer Adonis make a career in the ring without the help of his famous father’s name?
11+ years 113 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
Moving account of an African-American boy adopted by a wealthy white family, which won star Sandra Bullock an Oscar.
11+ years 128 mins
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