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Marshall Frank over 5 years ago
Chelsea Foreman 6 years ago
Exciting British version of fight club built around European Football.
Zach Sly 6 years ago
Frodo Baggins + Fight Club + Cockney Slang + Football = a pretty gnarly movie.
Selin over 6 years ago
Best movie I've ever watched. I don't know what it is but I know every line by heart.
Sonja Osmanović almost 7 years ago
Stefan Stupar almost 7 years ago
I'm forever blowing bubbles, Pretty bubbles in the air United!
Martin Scully 7 years ago
Amazing movie!
cyrax36 over 1 year ago
tamuna eristavi over 1 year ago
Nikki Smiton over 1 year ago
Itzel Amieva almost 2 years ago
mishell stevenson over 2 years ago
Thibaut Morel almost 3 years ago
Melih Manisalıgil almost 3 years ago
Chris over 3 years ago
Marc Lopez over 3 years ago
Gabriel Becker over 3 years ago
Christophe Cheval almost 4 years ago
frank mint over 4 years ago
Green Street is a 2005 British/American independent drama film about football hooliganism in England. It was directed by Lexi Alexander and stars Elijah Wood and Charlie Hunnam. In the United States and Australia, the film is called Green Street Hooligans, while in the United Kingdom it has the title Green Street after initially being called Hooligans. In other countries, it is called Football Hooligans or just Hooligans. In the film, an American college student (Matt Buckner — played by Elijah Wood) falls in with a violent West Ham football firm (the Green Street Elite) run by his brother-in-law and is morally transformed by their commitment to each other. The story and screenplay were developed by former hooligan turned author Dougie Brimson. Throughout the film, the Green Street Elite fight other "firms" such as Tottenham Hotspur's Yid Army, Birmingham City's Zulus, Manchester United's Red Army and Millwall's Bushwackers. A sequel called Green Street 2: Stand Your Ground, was...
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