"The blue colour of Malmö FF was dropped into my eyes by an angel when I was born" These are the words used by writer Björn Ranelid to explain the feelings a devoted fan has for his team. ...
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"The blue colour of Malmö FF was dropped into my eyes by an angel when I was born" These are the words used by writer Björn Ranelid to explain the feelings a devoted fan has for his team. This documentary presents the supporters of Malmö FF, who will do anything for their team, whether they win or lose. "True Blue" is a film for anyone, who ever supported a team, be it Malmö FF or any other. Written by
This is, along with the follow up Blådårar 2, without a doubt the best documentary about a soccer-team ever made. It's a sneak peek of what's going on inside Swedens most successful soccer-club ever, as well as a declaration of love to the game of soccer. The viewer follows the lives of the players as well as the fans. But the most important thing bout this film is that Swedens GREATEST soccer-player of all times is featured on the film. I'm talking about Bosse Larsson. Sweden and Malmös answer to Elvis Presley. As classic scene in the film with the legendary Egon" Todde" "Jönsson says everything.
Who are you most proud of in Malmö FF?" "It's Bosse", Egon answers. "We in the younger generation would like to remember players like Thern and Schwarz, the camera-man says. "Yes", says Todde, "They were great, but not like Bosse, he could do EVERYTHING".
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