Ping Pong

Ping Pong
Ping Pong

Year

2002

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Sport

Language

Japanese (English subtitles)

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Table tennis will never seem the same again after you see this incredible film from Japan. Best friends Peco and Smile both play ping-pong for their high school - but in every other way they couldn't be more different. While Peco is outgoing and driven to succeed, Smile is shy and lacking in confidence - even though he's more talented at the sport. But will either of them be able to become the champions they deserve to be? The answer comes in this fast and furious movie, full of amazing action sequences at the table. Voiced in Japanese, subtitles in English.

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This film has a couple of uses of moderate bad language

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