A Warrior's Heart (2011)
Brooklyn: It's funny what you notice the first time you see someone - confidence, a nice smile, a little connection. What you don't see, what's impossible to know at first glance, is everything else... at least everything that counts.
Brooklyn: [narration] This is a story about the guy I fell for, but to really understand why, you have to know a little bit about the game he loves. The game's been played by Native Americans for centuries. It requires speed and agility, teamwork, strategy, and a bit of violence. You may know it as lacrosse, but Native Americans know it as baaga'adowe - the little brother of war. Their matches took days and were played over miles of terrain. The winners got land, wives, and sometimes glory. There's a lot that's different about the game now, but the thing a player needs most hasn't changed at all - and if you find someone who has it, I'd tell you to never let go.
[Movie title appears: "A Warrior's Heart"]
Conor Sullivan: So where we goin'?
Sgt. Major Duke Wayne: The Six Nations Work Camp. It's where we send all the reservation kids who can't get their life together - kids like you.
Seamus 'Sully' Sullivan: Can't a guy just slip away from the war without his family thinking something's up?
Keegan Sullivan: No.
Dupree: [in the locker room] Can I help you?
Conor Sullivan: Thanks, but I'm pretty good at dressing myself.
Dupree: No. Varsity only here. Scrubs dress in there.
Conor Sullivan: So, you're what passes as varsity around here?