74 Min | England | 2011 | English
Directed by Director: S.S. Hassan (as Suridh Hassan)
For many young soccer players in Africa, signing with a club in Europe is not a dream, but the only dream. It is a hard dream to realize, with countless pitfalls, from unscrupulous agents to injuries, broken promises to family shame. This documentary explores the good, the bad, and the ugly of soccer immigration from Africa to Europe, as seen through the journeys of two young players, Kermit Erasmus from South Africa and Ndomo Sabo from Cameroon.
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