Synopsis: An orphan journeys across Europe to the 2005 Champions League Final in Istanbul.
Genre: Drama, Family, Sport
Director(s): Ellen Perry
Production: Sonar Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
102 min

Think you could sneak out of class for

an hour and give your old man a tour?

All right.

Great. Let's go.

About the other matter.

Mr Brennan...

Oh. right. Um...

What's all this I hear about you

having a go at one of your mates?

- He stole my football.

- Well. then learn to protect it.

Mr Brennan. Will cannot go

about assaulting others.

No. I completely agree. Sister.

It's offensive and unacceptable.

What did your mother

always tell you?

Will. what did she say?

An eye for an eye and

we'll all be blind.

We're not hooligans.

All right?

Now what do you say

to Sister Carmel?

I'm sorry.

It won't happen again.

I believe this belongs to you.

- A bit of a Liverpool supporter. eh?

- Yeah.


We Reds have to stick together.

- Where's the rest of it?

- That's everything.

Is that your desk?

Your mother used to make the

best Christmas pudding.

Do you remember?


Ay. what's this?

- I can draw you a new one.

- You're a real artist. just like your mother.

Ay! King Kenny.

Pure class.

The bigger the game.

The better he played.

- 172 goals for Liverpool.

- Is that right?

Three European Cups.

- When was the double?

- 1986.

Do you know I was

at Stamford Bridge

the year we beat Chelsea to

win the league championship.

- I know.

- I was about your age.

The docks were dying.

Dad was scrambling for work.

But he got a hold of a couple of tickets

and borrowed money for the train.

And for two hours we steed

side by side at the Scouse end

and we watched the match.

And dad was laughing like he used to.

He was singing.

And I was stood there right next to him.

I was like this. you know?

Looking up at him...

And I praying for a Liverpool victory

so Dad's money wouldn't be wasted.

For ninety minutes I asked God

to give Liverpool the win.

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