BARÇA DREAMS is the most complete documentary ever to be made about the story of FC Barcelona, one of the top soccer clubs in the world, highly praised for its legendary figures like Leo Messi, the best footballer of all time, the prestigious coach Pep Guardiola, or the man who revolutionized this sport (soccer and football are used interchangeably throughout the entire text) with his innovative vision: Johan Cruyff. The film narrates the soccer club's long road to fame and acknowledgement, culminating in the generation of players of the stature of Leo Messi, Xavi Hernández and Andrés Iniesta, all of them trained in the famous school of La Masía. It also reveals the secrets of a powerful soccer club that causes admiration worldwide and is closely linked to the Catalan identity, making the motto "Barça: more than a club" a reality. It is a genuine emotional voyage to the heart and soul of the club which Joan Gamper, an undisputable sportsman, founded over a hundred years ago. It ...
As being a fan of Football Club Barcelona, it is a must watch documentrary movie. This documentary is upto Barca's golden period of time upto 2015. Here at first, club's history is narrated. Then how slowly it became great, the transitition period was described perfectly. Messi, Iniesta and Xavi shared their thoughts and dreams about this club. Moreover, some great coaches and their relationship views were picturized marvelously.
Some internal affairs and politics were also revealed here. I knew a lots of new informations from this documentary like Ronaldinho was sacked from Barca. However, La Massia(Barca's youth development) sector was another main focus. I was so amazed how Barca manages this club, the sentiments and the standard Barca fixed for the whole world. Total football and Tiki-Taka was their main key point to win so hearts all over the world. This documentary is a must watch for all football lovers specially for Barcelona fans.
Personal Rating - 7/10
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