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Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me (2002)

Four slightly over-the-hill men finish a game on their neighborhood court and a debate develops about who loves the game the most. It becomes a meditation on love, dedication and basketball.

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Terry
Craig Alan Edwards ...
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Guy A. Fortt ...
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Billy
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Four slightly over-the-hill men finish a game on their neighborhood court and a debate develops about who loves the game the most. It becomes a meditation on love, dedication and basketball.

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Wonderful and oddly touching
31 December 2003 | by (Eugene, Oregon) – See all my reviews

"Don't Nobody Love the Game More Than Me" is a wonderful short film about four guys who, after finishing a round of hoops, debate on whether one of them 'loves the game' more than everybody else. There are no great speeches, no jaw-dropping statements- just a ten-minute glimpse into the lives of four Average Joes who truly love the game. The question of the film- whether Pops really does love the game more than everybody else- is answered at the end of the film in a speech given by one of the characters that's truthful, funny, and oddly touching. This is a wonderful short.


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