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In this violent movie, the old adage that "those who can't do, teach" is turned on its head to become "those who can't do, simply commit mayhem whenever and wherever they can." The story follows a group of soccer "superfans" (called ultràs in Italy) whose mission in life is to get into fights with the "superfans" of other teams. That really is about all they have in their lives, as they don't have decent jobs or a place in society. They are directionless criminals with bad attitudes living on the fringes of society. In the story, Prince has just returned from a stint in prison. He and his old pal Red are in conflict with one another -- not because he has stolen Prince's old girlfriend, but because he wants to settle down and get a regular job. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi