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A fascinating documentary for football fans and non-fans alike
As a life-long football fan (though a casual one compared to how some fans are), the rating & synopsis made me jump at the opportunity to check out Don Argott's documentary about a few prospective NFL players and their time before the draft.
These players were all top-level at some point (or all points) throughout their college career and they are all possessing the genuine chance to enter the league. . . after four years of college, four years of high school, Pop Warner, touch, tag, backyard, sandlot, everything. . . it comes down to "Two Days in April." With desperation and drama, humour and sadness, excitement and success, "Two Days in April" is a fantastic documentary that will fascinate football fans and non-fans alike.
Final Verdict: 8/10.
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