François Perrin plays football at the AS Trincamp. During a training session, he gets into a fight with Bertier, the team's star, and is ordered off the field. The club's boss, who is also ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Coup de tête
François Perrin plays football at the AS Trincamp. During a training session, he gets into a fight with Bertier, the team's star, and is ordered off the field. The club's boss, who is also ...
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Matthew K (jp) wrote: God help me, but I actually enjoyed this one. Is it good? No. But there's just something about it that made me laugh. The animation is interesting, as well as the set design. The plot isn't really that great, and I found it hard to grasp that people in the movie actually found the show-within-the-movie "Monkeybone" humorous. Probably a skip for most, but I enjoyed it.
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