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Manchester United: Beyond the Promised Land (2000)

Official feature-length film tracing the fortunes of the Manchester United football team during the 1999/2000 season, the season after winning the treble. Includes footage of the training ... See full summary »

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Bob Potter
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Emma Adams Emma Adams ... Herself
Steve Adams Steve Adams ... Himself
Eammon Atkinson Eammon Atkinson ... Himself
Sue Atkinson Sue Atkinson ... Herself
Fabien Barthez ... Himself
Steve Bower Steve Bower ... Himself
Mark Caine Mark Caine ... Himself
Bobby Charlton ... Himself (as Sir Bobby Charlton CBE)
Graeme Conway Graeme Conway ... Himself
Pat Crerand Pat Crerand ... Himself (as Paddy Crerand)
Peter Draper Peter Draper ... Himself
Martin Edwards Martin Edwards ... Himself
Phil Fenton Phil Fenton ... Himself
James Fletcher James Fletcher ... Himself
David Gill David Gill ... Himself
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Official feature-length film tracing the fortunes of the Manchester United football team during the 1999/2000 season, the season after winning the treble. Includes footage of the training sessions, the World Club Championships in Brazil, and the attempts to retain the European Cup. Written by Anonymous

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Many are called, few succeed

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Documentary | Sport

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 October 2000 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Manchester United: Túl az ígéret földjén See more »

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Opening Weekend:

£7,797 (United Kingdom), 19 October 2000, Limited Release
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Dolby Digital

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Color
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You should see it once - if you support Man Utd
22 May 2008 | by eyeoftheguppySee all my reviews

In terms of film masterpieces this was never going to be up there with the Oscar winning films but in its own way it achieves what it sets out to do and does it well in the process.

Think season review cum coprorate propaganda - it reviews the 1999/2000 season but through biased eyes. Never the less for a United fan it provides a good watch - brief highlights, exclusive interviews with the staff and players. Since it is an official video there is no shortage of interviews but unlike a season review this is all done from a players perspective.

A different type of "film" to most Man Utd related ones.


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