Do I Not Like That - The Final Chapter Trailer

Do I Not Like That - The Final Chapter Trailer (1997)

07 July 1997 75 mins

A real 'video nasty' in which England football manager Graham Taylor buckles under the pressure of securing the national team a place in the World Cup Finals. First shown on Channel 4, the camera crew were given unparallelled access to the England camp, climaxing with the emotionally exhausting spectacle of Taylor's touchline breakdown as England lose to Holland in a vital qualifying game. The video includes previously unseen footage.

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