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Watch Trailer for Philly-Set High School Football Doc ‘We Could Be King’ Opening Tomorrow 4/25

Shadow and Act By Sergio | Shadow and Act April 24, 2014 at 10:34AM

"We Could Be King" tells the story of what happens when two long time rival Philly high schools are forced to merge, and how a football team inspires the school to transcend its problems and conflicts.
We Could Be King

Here’s your first look for the official trailer for filmmaker Judd Ehrlich’s We Could Be King, which chronicles what happens when of two rival Philadelphia high schools are forced to merge due to financial problems. 

The problem is that the two schools - Germantown and Martin Luther King High Schools - have been bitter rivals for over 40 years.

Like so many U.S. cities across the country, the merger is the result of a major budget crisis which forced Philadelphia to lay off over 4000 employees and close 37 schools.

The film then follows the “football team’s young, rookie coach and the school’s new principal fight to overcome insurmountable odds and inspire their young players to come together and lift each other toward a better future."

Now the film will open theatrically in New York and Los Angeles tomorrow on Friday April 25th, and then will be broadcast on ESPN2 on Saturday April 26th at 8PM (Eastern time).

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