• Venezuela
  • 96
  • 16 years & above
  • director
    Marcel Rasquin
  • screenplay
    Rohan Jones, Marcel Rasquin
  • cinematography
    Enrique Aular
  • music
    Rigel Michelena
  • editing
    Carolina Aular, Juan Carlos Melian
  • cast
    Eliú Armas, Beto Benites, Gonzalo Cubero, Marcela Girón, Fernando Moreno, Gabriel Rojas, Alí Rondon
  • producers
    Marcel Rasquin, Enrique Aular, Juan Antonio Diaz, Liz Mago Bosch
  • format


Daniel and Julio are brothers living in one of the most dangerous places in the world. They believe that football will take them away from this world. Although they are different, they share the same passion and aim. Born and bred in the slums, they have learnt the rules of tough life and tough football. Julio has a family to feed and no time for dreams. Daniel is constantly dreaming. A chance to make these dreams come true appears when the brothers are invited to play a friendly for the best team in the city: Caracas Football Club. It turns out, though, that this task is much more difficult than it may seem. The brothers, while chasing after the ball, will have to choose what is most important for them: family, football or revenge. It will be the game of their lives.


Marcel Rasquin is a Venezuelan film director who started in 1997 as part of the A&B Producciones team, where he made a number of commercials and videos. His 2010 debut feature  HERMANO made the rounds in the international festival circuit. It won the Golden George at the Moscow International Film Festival and was selected as the Venezuelan entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 83rd Academy Awards.


Date, time Venue
  • Mon, 2011-12-05 19:30
  • Sat, 2011-12-10 17:30
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