Gods of Football: The Making of the 2009 Calendar Trailer

Gods of Football: The Making of the 2009 Calendar Trailer (2009)

"A backstage pass to The Gods of Football 2009 Calendar." 19 May 2009 80 mins

In 2008, forty-five of Australia's sexiest Rugby League and Australian Rules footballers were invited to tastefully "bare it all" and model for a 2009 calendar. These Aussie sports stars created some of the hottest and sexiest images ever captured on film. The Gods of Football 2009 Calendar was an international bestseller. Viewers are treated to a backstage pass as the footballers are transformed from professional athletes into international male models, and explore a side of their personalities never before exposed.

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Australia 19 May 2009

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