Fever Pitch movie plot

2022-04-08 08:01
Paul Ashworthis a physical education teacher and an avid fan of the English Premier League team Arsenal. For 18 years, he has watched every Arsenal game without fail. Paul is crazy about football, but his usual job is so-so. It is precisely because of the common interest in football that Paul and his school's history teacher, Ms. Hughes, quickly developed from acquaintance to love for each other.
However, Paul's enthusiasm for the Arsenal team once snubbed Hughes, so that when Hughes became pregnant with his child, Paul failed to prepare for becoming a father in the future, which made Hughes very angry. People's feelings are also conflicted. But Hughes was angry and angry. At the same time, Hughes was always concerned about Paul and the decisive battle between Arsenal and Liverpool that was related to the league championship. Hughes and Paul reunited in ecstatic celebration as Arsenal won 2-0 for the first time in 18 years   .
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  • Layne 2022-04-09 09:01:09

    At night when the nose is stuffy and can only breathe through the mouth, you need an uplifting fan movie to find resonance and forget the cold... The mood of every fan is so the same, think about the fact that you have already swiped several websites that you often go to. Football theme...Football is not the whole of life, but it must be the most exciting part...

  • Royce 2022-04-09 09:01:09

    Shit, Matzke said, two questions throughout the report, the only two questions I want to ask after reading it are, why do they fuck so easily? Why were they together again? For a football idiot, I too I had to think of it as a film about the analysis of obsessive patients and the analysis of romantic relationships. What I still don't understand is, why did they fall in love? I still prefer books to books.

Fever Pitch quotes

  • Sarah Hughes: I don't think that Arsenal's home form is a sturdy enough basis for marriage and parenthood, do you?

    Paul Ashworth: No. Not even this season.

  • Steve: Stanley Matthews was playing First Division football when he was fifty.

    Paul Ashworth: I'll bet you any money you like you're not playing First Division football when you're fifty.

    Steve: [looks at his cigarette] Well, no. It's the smoking.

    Paul Ashworth: It's NOT the smoking, Steve. It's the crapness.

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