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Invictus
Invictus (2009)
, 2h14
Directed by Clint Eastwood
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Biography, Historical
Themes Films set in Africa, Films about racism, Sports films, Rugby, Political films, Rugby à XV
Actors Morgan Freeman, Matt Damon, Scott Eastwood, Adjoa Andoh, Leleti Khumalo, Julian Lewis Jones

On 11 February 1990, Nelson Mandela is released from Victor Verster Prison after having spent 27 years in jail. Four years later, Mandela is elected the first black President of South Africa. His presidency faces enormous challenges in the post-Apartheid era, including rampant poverty and crime, and Mandela is particularly concerned about racial divisions between black and white South Africans, which could lead to violence. The ill will which both groups hold towards each other is seen even in his own security detail where relations between the established white officers, who had guarded Mandela's predecessors, and the black ANC additions to the security detail, are frosty and marked by mutual distrust.
Alive
Alive (1993)
, 2h
Directed by Frank Marshall
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Biography, Documentary, Action, Adventure
Themes La fin du monde, Sports films, Transport films, Aviation films, Rugby, Disaster films, American disaster films, Films about aviation accidents or incidents
Actors Ethan Hawke, Vincent Spano, Josh Hamilton, John Newton, Bruce Ramsay, Illeana Douglas

The film opens with a series of photographs of the Stella Maris College's Old Christians Rugby Team. Carlitos Páez explains that the pictures were taken by his father and points out several members of the team, including himself as a young man, Alex Morales, Felipe Restano, Nando Parrado and the team's Captain Antonio Balbi. Carlitos then reflects on the accident in a brief monologue, speaking of heroism, the gravity of the situation and of solitude and faith.
Up 'n' Under, 1h39
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy
Themes Sports films, Rugby
Actors Gary Olsen, Griff Rhys Jones, Richard Ridings, Samantha Womack, Ralph Brown, Neil Morrissey

Up 'n' Under follows the story of an inept pub team from the 'Wheatsheaf Arms' in a rugby league sevens competition in Kingston upon Hull in England. Ex-pro Arthur's only passions in life are his wife and rugby league. When he hears about the 'Cobblers Arms' pub team and their corrupt manager, Arthur bets his life savings with Reg Welch that he can train any team to beat them.
The Final Winter, 1h36
Genres Drama
Themes Seafaring films, Sports films, Transport films, Rugby
Actors Conrad Coleby, Nathaniel Dean, Damian De Montemas, Raelee Hill, John Jarratt, Tiarnie Coupland

The film explores the way in which business tore up the loyalty that was between Grub's club and family. Essentially this is a metaphor for the way in which business began to imprint the game of Rugby League during the 1980s, and saw the rise of commercialism in the game. Consequently, Grub must battle with an administration that wanted him gone and additionally his brother and coach's betrayal. The film also deals with the domestic issues between Grub and his wife and his children, as their husband and father has been transformed from who he was to who he has become.
This Sporting Life, 2h14
Directed by Lindsay Anderson
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Sports films, Rugby, Rugby à XIII
Actors Richard Harris, Rachel Roberts, Alan Badel, William Hartnell, Colin Blakely, Arthur Lowe

Set in Wakefield, the film concerns a bitter young Yorkshire coal miner, Frank Machin (Harris). Following a nightclub altercation, in which he takes on the captain of the local rugby league club and punches a couple of the others, he is recruited by the team's manager, who sees profit in his aggressive streak.
The Counterfeit Constable, 1h30
Directed by Robert Dhéry, Pierre Tchernia
Origin France
Genres Comedy
Themes Sports films, Rugby, Rugby à XV
Actors Robert Dhéry, Colette Brosset, Diana Dors, Ronald Fraser, Arthur Mullard, Henri Génès

La veille de son mariage et à l'insu de sa fiancée, Henri assiste au match de rugby Angleterre-France à Twickenham. Un supporter anglais lui ayant cassé deux dents lors de la rencontre, Henri se fait soigner par un dentiste de Londres qui lui demande de rester deux heures sans ouvrir la bouche. Pendant ce temps, le dentiste doit s'occuper d'un bobby (policier) qui a laissé au vestiaire, casque et uniforme. Pour passer le temps, Henri revêt l'uniforme et sort malencontreusement sur le palier du cabinet. Commencent alors les pérégrinations burlesques d'Henri, policier présumé mais muet, dans la capitale anglaise... Recherché par un nombre sans cesse croissant de personnes, il tente de résoudre non sans mal, son problème et retrouver son chemin jusque chez le dentiste.
Grand Slam
Grand Slam (1978)
, 1h2
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy
Themes Sports films, Rugby
Actors Hugh Griffith, Windsor Davies, Sharon Morgan

Four men, members of a Welsh rugby union club, fly to Paris as part of a weekend outing to see Wales play France in the Five Nations Championship match that will decide the Grand Slam title.
Old Scores
Old Scores (1991)
, 1h33
Themes Sports films, Rugby
Actors Robert Pugh, Alison Bruce, Martyn Sanderson, John Bach, Roy Billing, Tony Barry

Old Scores revolves around a controversial (fictional) rugby match between Wales and New Zealand which was won by Wales. On his death-bed, the touch judge confesses to failing to disallow the winning try for an infringement by the Welsh scorer. The Welsh Rugby Union President announces that in order to set the record straight, there should be a rematch between the two teams - using the same players who had played the match 25 years earlier.
Cheerleader Queens, 1h59
Directed by Poj Arnon
Themes Dance films, Films about sexuality, Sports films, LGBT-related films, Transgender in film, Rugby, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Rattapoom Toekongsap

Four kathoey—Mod, Som, Kam-pang and Wa-wa—move from a rural town to attend St. Mary's High School in Bangkok. Once there they try to join the school's cheerleading team, only to be rejected because of their sexuality. Instead they join the school's struggling rugby team, making friends with the other team members after they score a number of tries in an important game.
School Wars: Hero, 1h58
Directed by Ikuo Sekimoto
Genres Drama
Themes Sports films, Rugby
Actors Emi Wakui, Shōei, Sayaka Kanda, Kōtarō Satomi, Tomohisa Yuge, Hiroyuki Onoue

Yamagami (Shōei), is a teacher who formerly played for the Japanese rugby union team in the 1960s. The principal of Fushimi Daiichi Kogyo High School (Kōtarō Satomi), which suffers from severe discipline problems, persuades him to join his staff, in the hope that he has the strength to turn the school around.
Sye
Sye (2004)

Directed by S. S. Rajamouli
Genres Drama, Action
Themes Sports films, Rugby
Actors Nithin Reddy, Genelia D'Souza, Pradeep Rawat, Nassar, Ajay, Rajiv Kanakala

Prudhvi (Nitin Kumar Reddy) & Shashank (Shashank) are the leaders of two warring students groups in a Hyderabad college. They are fond of rugby union game and they sort the things out between them by playing rugby to prove superiority. One fine day, a local mafia leader Bhikshu Yadav (Pradeep Rawat) gets a court notice that he has purchased the land of college from its legal heirs. The groups of Prudhvi and Sashank unite together by forgetting differences to fight a united cause of winning back the land for college. After getting affected by assaults of students, Bhikshu Yadav throws a challenge to defeat his team in a game of rugby union to win back the land for their college. The rest of the story is all about how Prudhvi leads his team to the victory.
Footy Legends, 1h30
Directed by Khoa Do
Genres Comedy
Themes Sports films, Rugby
Actors Anh Do, Angus Sampson, Emma Lung, Claudia Karvan, Paul Nakad, Steven Rooke

Set in Sydney's western suburbs, Footy Legends tells the story of Luc Vu (Anh Do), a young Vietnamese Australian man with an obsession about rugby league football. Out of work and with welfare authorities threatening to take away his little sister (Lisa Saggers), because their parents are dead and Luc is deemed incapable of being a responsible guardian, Luc re-unites his old Yagoona High School "footy" team—whose members are now facing social problems such as long-term unemployment, drug addictions, the after-effects of teenage parenting—and wins a competition that offers a Holden Ute and a modelling job for Lowes Menswear as its prize. It is mostly comedy which is underpinned with serious social issues affecting western Sydney.
Bakgat!
Bakgat! (2008)
, 1h36
Genres Comedy, Romance
Themes Films set in Africa, Films about families, Films about sexuality, Sports films, LGBT-related films, Rugby, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Ivan Botha

Katrien (Cherié van der Merwe) is dumped by her boyfriend, high school rugby star Werner (Altus Theart), so he can focus his energy on the sport. To get even, she makes a bet with her friends that she can make a star out of the school's dorkiest boy, Wimpie Koekemoer (Ivan Botha), by pretending to be his girlfriend. The awkward Koekemoer rises to the challenge but Katrien finds herself falling unexpectedly in love with him, until he realizes she is merely using him.