Naples. At almost fifty years old Sandro is the leader of the Apache, a group of ultras with whom he has spent his whole life at the stadium: a life of violence, clashes, passions, and ...
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Naples. At almost fifty years old Sandro is the leader of the Apache, a group of ultras with whom he has spent his whole life at the stadium: a life of violence, clashes, passions, and unshakable values. Now that a hooligan prevents him from approaching the curve, those values are starting to falter. He feels for the first time the need for a normal life, a relationship, maybe even a family. Also meeting Terry, who is beautiful and seems to not fear anything. Angelo is sixteen and considers the Apache his family. Sandro is his guide, the person who took the place of his brother, who died years earlier during the clashes of a trip. ULTRAS is the story of their friendship, of a faith and a love marked by the last few weeks of a football championship, and the inevitable meeting of both with their own destiny.Written by
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Whole movie in the trailer
After the trailer you would of liked to imagined a full plot twist story. But no😂. It's literally the longer version of the trailer. The ending is so predictable and so... Clichéd. But I gave 6 for the producer and actors, great job. Soundtrack very good too. It's a pretty good movie if you want to see it just as a movie, without further involvement comparing with the real ultras life. But if you do...come on, in this movie the relationship football-ultras doesn't exist. No in stadium footage, no words about football as a sport, which gives the movie the biggest minus. We all know Italy it's full of passion for Calcio, good thing they washed their hands at the beginning of the movie saying that no real-life ultras took place in the movie production. And as I'm writing I'm thinking... How clichéd is this too... Napoli. If it was England it would of been Millwall, France - Marseille, you got my point.
But still, as a movie, it's totally ok. Worth the try.
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