When Newcastle United soccer star Santiago Munez is offered a spot with Real Madrid, he accepts, but the move - accompanied by big money and fame - tests his ties and loyalties to family, friends and business acquaintances.
Fourhand is a wry tale of making music, falling in love, falling in friendship, and adjusting one's expectations of life. Two men and one woman link up with one another in order to resolve ... See full summary »
Real is the most successful club in the history of soccer/football, has won 9 champions leagues, 29 Spain leagues,... for that reason was named by FIFA and other sport associations the best club of 20th century, while Brazil was name best NT team.
But the film isn't simply about the club with probably more prestige and supporters around the world.
The movie speak about the passion for this beautiful sport, relating the story of five persons with different problems, using RM as a link between the stories.
The stories are mixed, you don't see the end of the stories until the end of the movie. The stories are really good, specially the story of the African supporter.
It is a entertaining movie, with some touching moments. And I think that can be enjoyed by any soccer or other sport supporter (except by hooligans that hate Real Madrid), because the movie speaks about feelings that are shared by millions of soccer/football or other sport supporters around the world, the passion/love for your team ...a team that can be Real Madrid or any other.
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