The Third Half (2012)

Director
Darko Mitrevski

Main cast
Saško Kocev; Katarina Ivanovska; Richard Sammel; Rade Serbedzija

Genres
Drama, Romance

Description
Spitz is the German-Jewish coach of the football team Macedonia during World War II. Under his leadership, the team fights to become the champion of Bulgaria's National Football League


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