One Night in Turin (2010)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 30 mins

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This sports drama depicts a time before the Premier League and multi-million pound salaries, when in England 'football' was considered a dirty word. The game was in disgrace, the fans, hooligans, the nation, it seemed, were all played out. Then there was Italia '90, the football World Cup, which brought with it a shot at redemption. But this was no ordinary World Cup and no ordinary time. The manager, Sir Bobby Robson, was under intense media scrutiny, and his team described as 'donkeys'. Yet over six short weeks, through their heroic exploits they united a nation, coming within a heart beat of reaching the World Cup Final. Narrated by Gary Oldman, featuring match action - from Platt's last-gasp winner against Belgium to the silky skills of Gazza and the cool finishing of Linekar - and previously unseen footage, this is the definitive story of England's greatest footballing adventure on foreign soil....so far.
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Did you know? The match depicted in the film was watched in Britain by 26 million viewers, the biggest number of viewers for any previous sporting event. Read More
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Film Type:
Documentary Feature
Language:
English
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24 fps
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2.35 : 1
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Trivia:
The match depicted in the film was watched in Britain by 26 million viewers, the biggest number of viewers for any previous sporting event.

Released in UK cinemas for one night only before heading to DVD and Blu-ray the next day.

A lot of the opening footage of the Poll Tax Riots of 1990 was never shown on British TV as it was deemed to be too violent.