Marco Montes is a basketball coach who works as second trainer of an important team of ACB (Spanish basketball national league), but in reality he is a man burned inside himself in his professional life as well as personal life, turning him in an arrogant and bad-mannered man. During an ACB's game, a discussion with the first trainer causes an incident and he's fired out from the stadium. Just later Marco, completely drunk, crashes unwittingly his car against a police car, being arrested. In the trial the judge makes Marco to decide: go to the jail for 2 years or passing 90 days making community services. Reluctant, Marco is forced to training a basketball team called "Los Amigos" (The Friends) formed by players with learning difficulties, Manuel, Paquito, Jesús, Sergio, Fabián, Juanma, Benito, Marin and Collantes, and helped by old Julio, social center's director where they meet. At the same time that Marco tries to save his marriage with Sonia, a woman tired of his excuses about to ...Written by
Looking for more realism, director Javier Fesser wanted non-professional actors, but real-life disabled people for the basketball team. All of them make their debut with this movie. See more »
The employee of the shop looks very much after his motor home, and he is very reluctant to lend it. As an example of how much he takes care of the van, he mentions that he uses 98 octane petrol (gas). Motor homes in Spain (except for a few very old ones) run on diesel. See more »
My job is to train normal players. These guys aren't players, or normal.
And who is normal, Marco? Are you and I normal?
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There is one more scene just before the closing credits are complete. See more »