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Oct 15, 2019
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30 years after their last major title, Eintracht win the DFB Cup on 19 May 2018. It's a momentous occasion for both the club and the fans. The yearning of an entire region is satisfied and about 100,000 people rock Frankfurt's bank towers the next day. A film team accompanied the team from their arrival in Berlin for the match to the celebrations at the Römer in Frankfurt. The documentary provides exclusive insights into the inner workings of the team, recounting all of the emotions around the historic 3:1 victory over Bayern and the passion with which everyone involved worked to succeed in the final.
In mid-70s America, skateboarding was a fad in danger of dying out, until a small group of surfers in Santa Monica began moving to extremes in both lifestyle and techniques, using their skills in empty swimming pools and the streets to create a new form of skateboarding. Director Stacy Peralta, who was one of the group, weaves home footage of their early days with interviews with those still in the scene.
Chicago harbors many scars for Orr Academy's basketball team. There's the abandoned house where Tyquone's friends were murdered, the corner where Coach Lou was shot, and the alley where Marquise was arrested for gun possession. Tyquone seeks refuge between the lines of the basketball court. With Coach Lou as his guide, their eyes are set on a championship. But Tyquone wants more, and grapples with dreams bigger than Chicago can offer.