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François Perrin plays football at the AS Trincamp. During a training session, he gets into a fight with Bertier, the team's star, and is ordered off the field. The club's boss, who is also a powerful businessman, takes advantage of the situation and sacks him... But Perrin's revenge will be sweet.Written by
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In Spain this movies was dubbed twice. First on its theatrical release in 1982, and again in 2013 when it was release for the first time on DVD. The 1982 dubbing can only be found on the 80s VHS. See more »
One of the best, most enjoyable little films I've ever seen. It's remarkable that it isn't more celebrated, especially considering the director and the actor involved. A must see, if you can figure out a way to see it.
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