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Item #9666DVD
  1. Welcome to Their World!
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Welcome to Their World!

Go behind the scenes with U.S. Women's National Team! The team thought it would be fun to share their version of the World Cup with you. Through their eyes, literally. But be forewarned: some of the footage is rough, lacks elegance and can get quite LOUD. But, hey, it is authentic. Every single bit of footage is directly from the players. Using a sometimes not-so-steady hand, they tell the story of their triumphs and disappointments. On the road for more than a month, hotels became homes and teammates, families. The team crafted these "road movies" with humor and heart - and hopefully you will see that they play simply because they love to play. Welcome to their world!

Release Date: January 1, 2004

Format: NTSC


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