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Sapnu komanda 1935 ()


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A story about the Latvian basketball team, which won the first-ever European Championships in 1935 and its enthusiastic head coach Valdemars Baumanis.

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Janis Amanis ...
Valdemars Baumanis
Inga Alsina ...
Elvira Baumane
Vilis Daudzins ...
Rihards Deksenieks
Marcis Manjakovs ...
Rudolfs Jurcins
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Motjer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gints Andzans ...
Andrejs Krisons
Normunds Berzs ...
Sports Committee Official
Andris Bulis ...
Dzems Raudzins
Viktors Ellers ...
Aleksejs Anufrijevs
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Sports Committee Chairman
Maris Grigalis
Billy Jeffries ...
Visvaldis Melderis (voice)
Girts Kesteris
Arturs Kruzkops ...
Herberts Gubins
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Krisons (voice)
Martins Liepa ...
Martins Grundmanis
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Valdemars Baumanis (voice)
Uldis Norenbergs
Martins Pocs ...
Visvaldis Melderis
Ilze Pukinska
Arturs Putnins ...
Eduards Andersons
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Bureaucrat
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Martins Grundmanis (voice)
Janis Vimba ...
Janis Lidmanis
Mikelis Zideluns ...
Edgars Ruja

Directed by

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Aigars Grauba

Written by

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Andrejs Ekis ... (co-writer)
 
Aigars Grauba ... (co-writer)

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Kristians Alhimionoks ... executive producer
Sergejs Berdicevskis ... line producer
Andrejs Ekis ... executive producer / producer

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Ugis Praulins

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Gvido Skulte
Imants Zakitis

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Liga Pipare

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Janis Erglis ... assistant editor

Makeup Department

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Dzintra Bijubene ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Annija Tetere ... assistant production manager

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Dzintars Dreibergs ... assistant director

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Vladimir Chorvatovic ... sound effects editor
Martin Jílek ... foley mixer / re-recording mixer / sound editor / supervising sound editor
Michal Pajdiak ... score mixer
Michaela Patríková ... foley editor
David Titera ... sound designer
Aleksandrs Vaicahovskis ... dialogue editor
Andrea Veselková ... foley artist

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Kertu Kiir Abolins ... rotoscope artist
Maris Abolins ... visual effects artist: Cyberpunk VFX
Janis Erglis ... rotoscope artist
Raitis Jirgensons ... rotoscope artist
Andris Pakalns ... visual effects artist: Cyberpunk VFX
Anete Selvaha ... rotoscope artist

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Viktors Besaraba ... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Aleksandrs Cerkasins ... bestboy
Andis Griva ... electrician
Janis Kukulis ... electrician
Gatis Reders ... grip
Kublacevs. Sandis ... electrician
Gederts Silins ... gaffer
Normunds Strasevskis ... electrician
Imants Zakitis ... camera operator
Juris Zemitis ... electrician

Music Department

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Ugis Praulins ... music editor
Aleksandrs Vaicahovskis ... music editor

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Geneva, Switzerland 1935. Europe is struggling to be united as one yet the Woodrow- Wilson's idea of a united Europe by the means of the League of Nations is being enforced. American missionaries since the 1920's are trying to introduce the Europeans with the new sport called basketball. The first European Championship in basketball is about to take place. The national teams are meeting each other for the first time. Each want the honor of being the first champion. Meanwhile in Latvia, the coach Baumanis is convinced that he can gather the team and take it to Geneva. However on his journey he quickly learns that triumph and defeat are a part of the game. Baumanis faces many difficulties, as well as unexpected help from those closest to him. Written by Aigars Grauba

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Taglines Their game made them a team. Their spirit made them champions. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Dream Team 1935 (Europe, English title)
  • Dream Team 1935 (World-wide, English title)
  • Dream Team 1935
  • Svajoniu komanda, 1935 (Lithuania)
  • Команда мечты 1935 (Russia)
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Runtime
  • 120 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs The song "Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing)" was released in 1936, a year later than the events in the film. See more »

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