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Let me start off by saying that I am a big cricket fan, and was looking forward to this very eagerly. I was very excited to get hold of a copy. It started off pretty well... It showed great potential by showing what was happening in the field, but then gradually, as the movie progressed, it began focusing more on the politics and other drama than cricket. That disappointed me the most! And of course, this is very much biased from the West Indies perspective. All the facts are not stated. Just the facts that support WI is put up. So overall, a disappointment! I had high expectations on a documentary/movie about cricket, with me being a big fan of Cricket!
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