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The 16th Man - a documentary about John Carlin's book Playing the Enemy

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26
Nov
Last night the South African Embassy played host to a screening of The Sixteenth Man a documentary film about John Carlin's book Playing the Enemy which then became the Hollywood movie: Invictus. John introduced the film and took questions.

Unusually, the film has been shown on television in the USA and South Africa but shamefully not a single broadcaster has come forward to show it in the UK.

Given the wall to wall coverage rugby is having as we move towards next year's Rugby World Cup, you would have thought one of the documentary or sports channels could have found a slot.
 


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