by Elke de Wit Take a combination of Nick Hornby’s book Fever Pitch and British film megahit The Full Monty, set it in a working class area of the German Ruhr area, and you pretty much have Tomy Wigand’s Fußball ist unser Leben (Soccer Rules, 1999). All that’s lacking really is the striptease. This affectionate, […]

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