Kunno Becker Movie Analysis

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A Mexican youth Kunno Becker who has been in the united states illegally for more than 10 years get the chance to try out for a professional soccer team in England. Then he goes to London to and grabs a train for Newcastle and is on his way to become worldwide star. The plot is simple minded to the point of weakness of Kunno Becker. He simply takes up space on the scene. Amazingly there are already two sequels in the works. This movie tells a story about the rags to riches rise because of his little dreams. This young man’s success is due to his hard work. Not to his lucky breaks. It all turns out to be a modest success because of its clichés rather than in spite of them. Kunno Becker gives a performance that’s as spectacular skills on the soccer field. This time around, the dreamer is Santiago Munez (Kunno Becker) and his dream is to become a professional soccer player instead of working as a gardener. Luckily, he spotted on a soccer field. By a down and out former scout; who gets him a tryout with a struggling team in New castle England. He also deals with family traumas, a medical condition, any number of blown…show more content…
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