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Whoever scores is the winner Michael Fassbender is a coach on a mission in the trailer for the new movie by Taika Waititi

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In the past few hours, the official trailer for Whoever scores winsthe new movie Taika Waititi which you can also be proud of Michael Fassbender Leading the cast.

The film was born as a film adaptation of the British documentary film of the same name directed by Mike Brett and Steve Jamieson in 2014. At the heart of its plot is real events American Samoa national football team, which is considered one of the weakest national football teams ever.

In fact, it holds the official record for the largest goal disqualifications in a single match, which occurred on 11 April 2001 and ended 31-0 in favor of Australia. In order to reverse course and try to qualify for the 2014 World Cup, the federation then hired Thomas Rongen (Fassbender), a Dutch coach who had spent most of his career in the United States, and entrusted him with An almost impossible task.

You can see the The official announcement From the movie below:

Directed by Taika Waititiwho wrote the script alongside him Ian Morrishe sees the movie in the cast Michael FassbenderAnd Elisabeth MossAnd Oscar Kightley, Ollie Latoquevu, Rachel House, David Vine, Beulah Qualley, Chris Alosio, Will Arnett, Rhys Darby, Waititi Himself and Kimana. The latter is defined asDo it well‘, a term used in Samoan culture to refer to a non-binary person, and plays the character Jaya Sailua, the first non-binary player to compete in the men’s FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

Produced by The Imaginarium and distributed by Searchlight Pictures, the film is expected to be released in US theaters thereafter November 17thWhile we are still waiting for the details of the Italian distribution.

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