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Building Jerusalem (2015)

ENGLAND v AUSTRALIA, World Cup Final, 2003. With two minutes of extra time left to win, Jonny Wilkinson goes for his trademark drop goal. This time, he's shooting for a place in sporting history.

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James Erskine

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Peter FitzSimons ... Himself
George Gregan George Gregan ... Himself
Martin Johnson Martin Johnson ... Himself
Jonny Wilkinson Jonny Wilkinson ... Himself
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ENGLAND v AUSTRALIA, World Cup Final, 2003. With two minutes of extra time left to win, Jonny Wilkinson goes for his trademark drop goal. This time, he's shooting for a place in sporting history.

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The Making of Modern Ruby

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English

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1 September 2015 (UK) See more »

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Building Jerusalem: Tak rodziła się legenda See more »

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London, England, UK See more »

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New Black Films See more »
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