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Lisa Marie Gamlem
Kim Erik Tena Eriksen,
Johannes Sejersted Bødtker
Miles (newcomer Tim Boardman) is a high school senior who wants nothing more than to graduate, leave his rural town and move to the city to enroll in film school. Unfortunately, Miles' father has squandered his college fund on his mistress. With no cash and staring a dead-end future right in the face, Miles searches desperately for a way out, coming across a volleyball scholarship program that exists between his high school and the well-regarded Loyola University in Chicago. The catch? The only volleyball team that exists at his school is a girls' team.
Miles refers to the 'swingline stapler guy' from the movie Office Space. The actor Stephen Root, who plays Miles' father, was also in Office Space and played Milton, a.k.a. the swingline stapler guy. See more »
5/4/18. While I enjoy watching sports-related movies and true stories, this one was only average. It's about a high school boy who wanted to get a sports scholarship to attend college. He wants to play volleyball, but the high school only has a girls team. So, he plays on the girls team and everyone gets hot and bothered about it. There's a side story about the teen being gay, but that doesn't explain anything that is going on. Mothers of some of the girls playing on the time thinks the boy has an unfair advantage. Whatever.
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