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Barca Dreams

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This emotional journey begins with the club’s founder Joan Gamper, 115 years ago, and follows the dreams and ambitions of a long list of football celebrities. We see the success reached by Messi, Xavi Hernández and Andrés Iniesta, all of them born to play football at the extraordinary school of La Masia. Moreover, this documentary unveils the secrets of a powerful sports club linked not only to the world fans but also to the Catalan identity, as it was formed alongside political movements and events, validating its unique legend “Barça: more than a club”. Not just about football, the ideals presented show how competition can be a positive force in pushing forward to achieve any dream.

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Starring

Lionel Messi, Éric Abidal, José Ramón Alexanko, José María Bakero

Directed by

Jordi Llompart

Country Of Origin

Spain

Language

Spanish, English

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