The United States Of Football (2013)
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The United States of Football is a must-see documentary that explores the cumulative effect of repetitive trauma in America's Game from Pee Wees to the pros. Fans and parents of young players can follow a father's quest for an answer to the question, "Should my kid play?" From Bountygate to the challenges faced in youth leagues by shortfalls in knowledge or funding, Emmy-winning Filmmaker Sean Pamphilon takes a tough look at what will be needed in order to save the players as well as the sport
Aug 23, 2013 Limited
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[Mr. Pamphilon] risks limiting this as a film made by a fan for fans, when it would also be of interest to anyone looking for a deeper examination of violence, race and class in American culture.
Made with palpable anxiety for the future of a beloved sport, "The United States of Football" is nevertheless its own missed play.
[Pamphilon] won't wow you with his skill behind the camera, but you'll likely still find yourself nodding your head in frustrated agreement.
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