Days of graceDVD - 2015 | Spanish
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The Mexican legend:
Captain: You know, I once saw Hugo Sánchez. My brother-in-law introduced me. He does not drink, but that day, we finished a bottle of tequila. Liked me, because he told me something what few people know. ... He never wanted to be soccer player. ... Hugo had some problems. Nothing serious. But was in a bad phase. There was a coach who insisted for he played for his team. But what caught the attention of Hugo was the daughter of the coach, Rosita Quintana. He told me that even remembered that day.
That was very hot. Like here. He did not want to play. But Rosita came to see the match, and thought: "If I score a goal," "Also score with her."
Spanglish caption, should be redone for American audience:
Captain: If we catch a big fish, we say it in public. These are days of grace. At the Cup, criminals fall. This, Lupe, is an opportunity. What is legal not always is fair. And vice versa. The people are with you if you win. Here the rules are not meant to nothing. Are good for the referees. This is the error that many officers commit. They think we're referees.
We are players and we have to win whatever the cost. As the Maradona's "Hand of God". This is not called "soccer" called "Football Soccer Federation". It's a team effort.
Life is not like you live it but as you told it. The Football World Championship. Holy time, where everything can happen. The whole world seems paralyzed while the fate of somebody... of everybody... in one way or another, depends on one ball. Finish the wait. Thirty days where one risks everything. Lose the track of time. Face your worst enemy, your own team, you people. Your destination depends on a decision. One false move, a look into the void, and it is the end. You hope. Analyze your options. Play with the time, with the nerves of your opponent, and then... in the right moment...
After all, living in Mexico is risking the life every day. Sometimes you win and tell your
history. Sometimes not.
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