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Estrellas de La Línea (2006)

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A documentary on Guatemalan sex workers who formed a soccer team in 2004 and joined their local five-a-side league. The league's organizer expelled them when their profession was revealed, bringing about a media frenzy.

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A documentary on Guatemalan sex workers who formed a soccer team in 2004 and joined their local five-a-side league. The league's organizer expelled them when their profession was revealed, bringing about a media frenzy.

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7 November 2006 | by (Vancouver) – See all my reviews

'The Railroad All-Stars is a very competently done documentary in my view. This is a feel-good movie about prostitutes in the most horrible part of Guatemala City trying to make something of themselves by forming a soccer team. You sort of felt for the women doing something other than selling their bodies (Athough they were BAD soccer players). It was also funny to hear the general public's reactions to them, like, "Oh Noes! Blood on the tarp! It's got the AIDS!" I really liked all the background stories to the women as well. My only complaint: The ending seemed to be awfully gloomy. I think that sort of film should have TOTALLY used some sort of positive upbeat ending, using EXACTLY the same title cards they had.


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