The 60 Yard Line

Synopsis: Based on a true story. Set during the 2009 Football season. Ben 'Zagger' Zagowski and Nick 'Polano' Polano, best friends and co-workers, buy a house in the parking lot of Lambeau Field (...
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Director(s): Leif Gantvoort
Production: Gravitas Ventures
  3 wins.
90 min


Mitch, run!

It's gonna blow up!


[Narrator] Meet

Ben Zagger Zagowski.

This frightened

man-child has become

the envy of Green Bay

super fans everywhere.

[dramatic music]

Packer fans are

Packer fans for life.

My whole life I've

been a Packers fan.

My whole life.

[Narrator] Fans of

any team in the world

have a thirst to

wear their colors

bigger, better and

louder than any other.

This hat has been

with me a long time.

Until it completely falls apart,

it's gonna be with

me at the games.

It's just really

fun, and seeing him,

like, scream at the

TV, it's hilarious.

[Narrator] Expecting

those closest to them

to join in the journey

or suffer the consequences.

I thank God I'm not

married to my ex-wife

and I'm married

to my lovely current wife

because of the Packers.

There are game days

when I don't even

want to be around her,

because of how

out-of-bounds she gets

with her passion for the team.

[woman laughs]

[Narrator] Zagger's desire

to be a fan among fans

propelled him to implement

his parking lot living room.

This proximity allowed him to be

as close to the

action as possible,

proving his commitment.

Zagger would always have

his teammates by his side.

In attendance

was his only friend, Polano,

a rare Bears fan living

behind enemy lines,

as well as Zagger's

sister, Debbie,

the smart one in the family.

But most notably was

his fianc, Amy Etzman.

Not her.

Ah, there she is.

When Zagger proposed

to her eight years ago,

he forever brought her into

his world of super fan.

[All] Go Pack, Go!

[Narrator] And she brought him

into her world of the employed,

obtaining him a job in

the shipping department

at the company where she worked.

Polano, post route.

[Polano] I got it!

[Narrator] The future

looked bright for Zagger,

but the road for

Zagger to become

this legendary symbol of fandom

was wrought with great

sacrifice, struggle,

and commitment.

[dramatic music]

Okay, can I look now?

It's really hot back here.

I know, the center

of my back is always hot.

- Yeah.

- I have hot back.

- Yeah, you do.

- Okay, keep your eyes closed.

- Okay.

- Okay.

All right.

[Amy] Oh, gosh.

Okay, look.

[Amy] Oh, my gosh.

We did it?

You're not following the



Remember that weird meeting

after the

Jablonski/Karen incident?

Karen, cut it out. You're gonna

send him back to therapy.

- Holy balls, I love you.

- Holy balls, I love you.

Holy balls, I'd rather

watch you make out.

Polano, we did it.

We finally have enough

money to get married.

Aw, you two are

getting married

and Tracey and I are

getting a divorce.

The world is balanced.

My grandma sent us

a check for 350 bucks,

and that puts us over the mark.

Okay, so is it real this time

or do you want me to

react the same way I did

the past five times you told me?

It's so for real

that I'll even let you

- bang one of my bridesmaids.

- Oh.

Once your divorce is final.

Oh, thank you, Amy.

Thank you.

Oh, time.

Time, time, time.

- We gotta go. Let's go.

- Oh, I do have one question.

How is it that the only

Bears fan in Green Bay

wins tickets to a

closed Pack practice?

- Karma.

- Mm-hm.

- And phony raffle tickets.

- There you...

I get it. The voice is

because I'm Italian.

I'm only going because

you're my best friend,

and I'm gonna email everything

I see to Lovie Smith.

- Ooh!

- I love you, lover.

I love you.

Oh, babe?

What about your work?

[Ben] Go Pack, go!

Half day, bitches!

Damn it, Karen!

Two seconds.

I know if it was my team,

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