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An intimate and revealing portrait of Kenny Dalglish - the player, the man, the truth.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Margaret Aspinall Margaret Aspinall
John Barnes ... Himself
Kelly Cates ... Herself
Jodie Christmas Jodie Christmas ... Kenny's Mum
Lynsey Dalglish Robinson Lynsey Dalglish Robinson ... Herself
Carol Dalglish Carol Dalglish ... Herself
Kenny Dalglish ... Himself
Marina Dalglish Marina Dalglish ... Herself
Paul Dalglish Paul Dalglish ... Himself
Lauren Dalglsih Lauren Dalglsih ... Herself
Roy Evans Roy Evans
Joe Fagan Joe Fagan
Alex Ferguson ... Himself
Bruce Grobbelaar ... Himself
Alan Hansen ... Himself
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The day after the Heysel disaster, Kenny Dalglish became manager of Liverpool Football Club. Six years later he resigned from the club, shell-shocked in the wake of the Hillsborough disaster. In between he created one of the most exciting football teams of all times. 'Kenny' explores more than just the roller-coaster career of an iconic footballer and manager. It goes behind the scenes to reveal an intimate portrait of a man who sacrificed all in the service of his club, his family and the people of Liverpool.

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The Player. The Man. The Truth.

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Documentary | Sport

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 November 2017 (UK) See more »

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Pitch International See more »
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Sound Mix:

D-Cinema 48kHz 5.1

Color:

Color (HD)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Inspiring and well done
7 January 2018 | by Lugo1989See all my reviews

Kenny is a very well made documentary about a football legend Kenny Dalglish. The film does not only present his life story as a player and manager but also goes quite deep to show what he was like as a man, husband, friend and a father. One other great thing that this film managed to do is to give a viewer the idea of what football really means to people, the loyalty, how it brings them together in difficult times, how it lifts spirits, gives hope, brings joy and makes everyone forget about their problems for those 90 minutes. It is truly a magnificent sport and not many sports, if any, can compare to that. Even in the darkest of times such as the Hillsborough tragedy in Sheffield which will never be erased from the memories of those who lost someone as well as football fans all around the world, you will see how people and an entire city can come together to support each other and how long the road to recovery is sometimes.

Recommended to everyone, not just football fans and Liverpool supportes but to everyone who would like to have a better understanding of what football is all about and what Kenny Dalglish is like as a character and as a man of inspiration.


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