Connor Foster’s review published on Letterboxd:
Soccer is more than a sport. Its a platform for the re-enactment of ancient, blood-laced border wars. It produces deitys, and none more celestial than Diego Maradona.
Maybe you’ve seen headlines about the corruption in FIFA. Or maybe every four years you’re reminded of the glory of the World Cup. But if you’ve ever wondered why soccer fans are so passionate, look no further than the story of the man with the Hand of God.