State Of Play: Inherent Violence
State Of Play: Inherent Violence

State Of Play: Inherent Violence

2016
PG, V, M
QC: 8+
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Combative sport has transcended time, and remains popular today. Is violence an inherent part of sports, or is it an inherent part of human beings? This film explores combat sports through two father-son relationships: a 33-year-old American professional MMA fighter who is combat-training his 10-year-old son, and a 47-year-old retired player of Calcio Storico in Florence, Italy, who has groomed his son to compete in a form of soccer in which head-butting, punching, elbowing and choking are allowed.
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    • Bryan Storkel
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    • Steven Feder
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State Of Play: Inherent Violence
State Of Play: Inherent Violence

State Of Play: Inherent Violence

This documentary film explores combat sports through two unique father-son relationships.

28m 10s