Bend it Like Beckham

Bend it Like Beckham

Bend it Like Beckham

Here is an extraordinary one in the information base of good football films. Twist It Like Beckham, which alludes to David Beckham’s brand name kick that “twists” the ball past the goalie and into the objective, is a fairly late delivery: The delivery date was August 1, 2007 in the United States.

It is a decent British parody, likewise, which stars Parminder Nagra (who plays Dr. Neela Rasgotra in the hit TV show “trama center”), Keira Knightley (known for various jobs, remembering Elizabeth Swann for Pirates of the Caribbean, Guinevere in King Arthur, and Lizzie Bennett in Pride and Prejudice), and Jonathan Rhys Meyers (who plays King Henry VIII in the Showtime unique series “The Tudors” and Louis Connelly in August Rush, among different characters in different films).

The story is basic: “Jess” (Nagra) is a young lady in a Sikh family in England who loves football (soccer in America), yet she feels secured by her super conservative family. She discovers a companion, “Jules” (Knightley), who welcomes her onto a young ladies’ football crew. Along these lines, she attempts to circumvent her folks to play the game she cherishes. Loaded with show, humor, and a basic enthusiasm for the game, Bend It Like Beckham gives an amazing illustration: on the off chance that you simply have energy and determination, you can prevail at pretty much anything…even an apparently irrelevant football match! โบนัสUfabet

Several alerts: The rating is PG-13, for sex and bareness (there are a few sexual insinuations, just as a considerable amount of kissing, and a mixed up gay experience), savagery and carnage (generally bound to the football field, yet some slight in-home viciousness), foulness (some disdainful terms towards specific gatherings of individuals – explicitly, Indians and gay people, just as a significant number cuss words), individuals drinking and smoking cigarettes, and many issues that ought to likely be held for adolescents 13 and over.

Generally, I think this was an incredible football film, and any young person would cherish it, football fan or not.



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