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Sunderland 'Til I Die

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Soccer docu features cursing, branding, and insight.

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This encouraging documentary series follows the day-to-day efforts of a football team that has long been the pride and joy of a hardscrabble working class town that has been plagued with unemployment, poverty, and other hardships. Through footage of meetings, matches, and and interviews, it highlights how the demotion has impacted the overall club, and offers an overview of how they are trying to overcome it.

While the club and its members are a focal point, the Sunderland community plays a major part of this story world. It is through local (and candid) fans that viewers can begin to understand the long-standing passion the club continues to inspire, and how it has served as a positive beacon in their otherwise difficult lives until now. Ultimately, Sunderland 'Til I Die will be appealing to football fans, but the story it tells offers something to those who are not.

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