The ball will be shot only once. There will be an opportunity to make a 'pass' and enough. The Pep Guardiola era documentary in Barça 'Take the Ball Pass the Ball' will be screened only once in the cinemas of Catalonia (and in one of Zaragoza) and will be held this Friday at 8:00 p.m. The film will be broadcast at the same time in 22 cinemas and 17 cities, which will recover the testimonies of the majority of players who dressed the azulgrana t-shirt between the years 2008 and 2012.
Especially seductive and soccer are the words of Thierry Henry or Xavi, the most coaches of all, and how strong the versions are in the mouth of Leo Messi or Víctor Valdés. Between visions Barça, impacts the brutally realistic look of Michael Carrick, victim with his Manchester United in two Champions League final, in 2009 and 2011. In fact, the Wembley feat in the third year of Guardiola serves as a narrative climax to go highlighting the impressions of other actors, such as Eto'o, Iniesta, Piqué and Puyol. The music of Pinto, who rescues the penalty that served as a turning point for everything in the year of the triplet, gives the film a rhythm and with Éric Abidal one of the most exciting moments is lived. They help to take perspective from a more distant plan the memories of Manel Estiarte, Joan Laporta or Marc Ingla, and the always interesting view of the least media, such as Eidur Gudjohnsen or Dmitro Txigrinski, who explains their problems of adaptation when it arrived of Ukraine. Each one of the memories of former players, viewed from the current perspective, is expanding how the documentary defends himself as "the best team in the world".
The personal and almost intimate vision of the members of that Barça is reflected in the entire documentary, which is inspired by the book "The Making of the Greatest Team in the World," by Graham Hunter, who adds a dynamic touch and even And all fun, thanks to the animations and a powerful assembly, especially in the initial scene. The film is produced by Zoom Sports, Universal and Mediapro, and has been directed by Duncan McMath. Catalan journalist Marc Guillén is also involved.
To save an ending known to the public (which already knows how to end the year 2012 at the stage of Guardiola), the documentary keeps a surprise letter that will hook the viewers to even beyond the credit titles.
These are the cinemas in which you can see 'Take the Ball Pass the Ball':