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There's nothing more tightly-knit than a small town footy club. So when a scandal blows apart the Torquay Tigers, lives are thrown into chaos. After ten years away, one-time Torquay legend Tom Dunn (Ackland) returns to face his demons and pull the club back together. To reunite their team and rebuild their lives Tom and his mates will have to dig deep, face up to past mistakes and rekindle their love of football. After everything is done and dusted, it's not about giving your best, it's about doing your best. Written by
Australian, AFL film, highlihgting the importance of a team, never crossing the line and giving it your best on and off the field!
This movie was fantastic, my husband and I have been waiting for this to come out, and went to see it last night - we can not speak more highly of this film... It was motivating, real, honest and so well shot ! It was about life, mateship, team, goals.. making the right choices, and making the wrong ones... A small community and a small town footy club - so melbourne! in fact... Torqauy~ When a scandal happens on a 'party' night, the Torquay togers take celebrating their win too far... lives are thrown into chaos, a 15 year old girl gets caught up in the crazy world of what is reality of today at parties, drinks, drugs and immature boys getting together, it is not nice, but lets face it, it is reality!... This does happen, and this movie doesn't support it... but it shows us that we should be nieve .... however the point to all of this is 'never crossing the line'... it was wrong, and the small community of torquay had to suffer the consequenses to their actions, and they did!... They had to fight back, face demons and rectify mistakes made.
We loved how real this was, and after one of the coaches (jack Thompson) speeches I was left feeling empowered! this movie is not just for men, it is for women, for mothers!.... do yourself a favour and go see this ! 10/10
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