Many challenges are ahead for Peter Kohn, a beloved collegiate lacrosse field manager who is believed to be autistic. As the team seeks a national championship, Peter must choose between ... See full summary »
Many challenges are ahead for Peter Kohn, a beloved collegiate lacrosse field manager who is believed to be autistic. As the team seeks a national championship, Peter must choose between his allegiance to the student athletes and his devotion to a cancer-stricken friend, all while reacting emotionally to his upcoming retirement. Can anyone, let alone Peter, negotiate such dramatic changes? Written by
This film is fantastic and moving. I just watched it today (April 11th) and I think every person who thinks badly of lacrosse due to the alleged actions of the Duke Lacrosse team should see this movie. This is what lacrosse should be about. It should be about the passion and love for the game that this man, and all the players on his team...have. It is about Peter Kohn who is a mentally challenged man, who has helped manage something like 4 National Championship Teams, 2 World Championship, and some other ridiculous amount of winning teams. He does the water, toweling, and ballboy for them. He loves the game, and the movie follows him in the final year of his career at Middlebury College. This film is beautiful, there is no other word to describe it...A must see for lacrosse enthusiasts, and a must see for all people who want to know more about the following this game has.
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