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Spirit of the Game (2016)

Spirit of the Game
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It’s 1956 and twenty-year-old DeLyle Condie is on top of the world. MVP of his college basketball team and engaged to Emily, his high school sweetheart, life is looking pretty good. That is, until the second round of the NCAA tournament. Midway through the most important game of his life, Emily unexpectedly breaks off her engagement to DeLyle. Heartbroken, DeLyle makes the spontaneous decision to quit basketball and embark on a mission for his church. His destination: Melbourne, Australia. A city gripped with Olympic fever, DeLyle’s first encounters with the Aussies are not encouraging. He struggles to maintain his spirits when faced with the indifference of the locals, but when an opportunity arises to help train Australia’s first Olympic basketball team, DeLyle sees his chance to connect with them. His passion leads to the formation of the Mormon Yankees basketball team, and in the run up to the Games, fierce competition with the French leads to a bloody rematch, through which DeLyle and his Yankees are able to prove their faith — and their mettle — to the world.


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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: October 7th, 2016 (Limited) by Pure Flix / Samuel Goldwyn Films
MPAA Rating: PG for mild thematic elements.
(Rating bulletin 2436 (Cert #50591), 8/3/2016)
Running Time: 95 minutes
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Keywords: 1950s, Basketball, College Sports, Relationships Gone Wrong, Australia, Christians, Missionary, Olympics, Inspirational Coach, Faith-Based
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: KW Films, McLaren House, Steve Jaggi Company, Shearwater Entertainment
Production Countries: Australia


   DeLyle Condie
Kevin Sorbo    Parley Condie
Wade Briggs    Don Hull
Grant Piro    Ken Watson
Mark Mitchell    President Bingham
Anna McGahan    Elspeth
Heidi Arena    Mary Condie
Cameron Caulfield    Brett Davies
Neil Melville    David O. McKay
Denise Roberts    Sister Bingham

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Spencer McLaren
Producer    Steve Jaggi
Producer    Kate Whitbread
Executive Producer    Janine Pearce
Executive Producer    J.D. Scott
Executive Producer    Craig Deeker
Executive Producer    Phil Hunt
Executive Producer    Compton Ross
Executive Producer    Devin Durrant
Director of Photography    Brian Breheny
Production Designer    Adele Flere
Editor    Adrian Powrs
Make-up and Hair Designer    Helen Magelaki
Costume Designer    Andrew Infanti
Composer    Ned McPhie
Composer    Matt Rudduck

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