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After the victory over the Beastly Beasts, the Wild Soccer Bunch was in top form and won all of their following matches. But they need one more victory to get the "Pott", the freestyle soccer trophy. And to get it, they have to beat Ragnarok Wolves. But the Wolves are no ordinary opponents. They have a dark secret - and in the background lurks a certain power that is stronger than all of them: a clever girl named Horizon and the silver lights in mist. Marlon falls hopelessly for Horizon. She, however, has one simple goal: to pull Marlon and Leon apart. A bitter struggle breaks out and threatens to break up the Wild Soccer Bunch. Will they be able survive one of the greatest challenges of their lives?

Joachim Masannek was born in 1960 in Hamm and studied German, Philosophy, and Film in Munich. Since 1985, he has worked as a production designer, lighting technician, cameraman and author. After working on various animation projects, he wrote the children's book Die Wilden Fussballkerle based on the soccer team he founded in Munich. His films include: numerous short films and TV movies, all of the award-winning THE WILD SOCCER BUNCH films, both V8 films, and LITTLE MISS DOLITTLE.
Category Feature
Year of Production 2007
Director Joachim Masannek
Screenplay Joachim Masannek
Cinematography Benjamin Dernbecher
Sandy Saffeels
Andrej Melita, Peter Horn Jr., Bananafishbones
Maximilian Lange, Manfred Doering
Cast Uwe Ochsenknecht, Leon Wessel-Masannek, Wilson Gonzalez Ochsenknecht, Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht, Sarah Kim Gries
Producers Ewa Karlström, Andreas Ulmke-Smeaton
Production Company SamFilm
Length 104 min
Format 35 mm, color
Original Version
Subtitled Version English
Sound Technology Dolby Digital
Festivals Shanghai 2007
With backing from German Federal Film Board, FilmFernsehFonds Bayern, Bayerischer Bankenfonds
German Distributor Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Germany/Munich

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