United States | 2017 | Jim McKay
The first theatrical feature in 13 years by the acclaimed director of such indie classics as Our Song and Girls Town focuses on a group of undocumented immigrant workers in Brooklyn, NY. These men work six days a week at a variety of low-level jobs and savor their weekly soccer game on Sunday. But a crisis arises when their team reaches the league finals and their captain and star, a bike delivery person, suddenly has to work on Sundays. “Revolving around friendships, the pleasures of summer sport and the nitty-gritty of jobs that seldom take center stage, it's a work of unforced charm, a neorealist marvel.” –Hollywood Reporter. Subtitles. DCP. 97 min.
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