Again Netflix delivers an under par film. If you are going to cast for actors make sure the very actors you do choose can at least play football. The story is also a cliche, more or less a cultural clash. Jahmil is becoming comfortable with his own success. Hailing from the eastern cape he should have made this a rugby film because the three major sports in that province are boxing, rugby and cricket. Football is not that celebrated than those three. He's already made a boxing film and we know he's not South Africa's Ron Shelton because for a slick sporty film this lands on the side if flimsical. A terrible film.
Reviewed by unbelievableactions6510 / 10
An instant classic
This is an easy to watch film that steers clear of the typical glitz and glamour we've come to expect on Netflix when it comes to South African content. Its ease and straight-forward plot do not rob it of some much needed drama, however. Fantastic performances from the actors and it's always refreshing seeing some legendary footballers gracing the screen.
It wouldn't be as good without the complementary score that elevates the action just that much. If you're considering giving it a watch, absolutely go for it. There's hardly a Netflix movie that explores relationship dynamics as well as this does, especially one from the African continent.