Year Of The Bull Trailer

Year Of The Bull Trailer (2003)

"For a high school football player, the toughest challenge isn't always on the field" 01 January 2003 Factual 84 mins

Year of the Bull is a stunning look into the life of one high-school football player determined to get out of the inner-city and into a Division I collegiate program. This documentary follows an entire season with the Miami Northwestern Bulls and Taurean Charles, an All-American, blue-chip prospect battling standardized tests, societal pressures, family conflict and internal struggles. In addition to the standout’s problems, he is faced with trust issues because everyone surrounding him has an agenda. This riveting film begs the ultimate question...what matters most SAT scores or the final score of the game?

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United States 01 January 2003

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