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Lucha: Playing the Impossible

Documentaries, 2016, 97 minutes
Lucha: Playing the Impossible
Known simply as "Lucha," field hockey player Luciana Aymar shares her tumultuous and triumphant journey to become the best in the world.
The documentaries Lucha: Playing the Impossible was released in 2016 and lasts 97 minutes. Parental guidance suggested. This documentaries is Inspiring.
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Score: 7.3 of the 10

The documentary of Luciana Aymar, the only player in history to receive the FIH Player of the Year Award eight times. Her last moments with the Argentina team "Las Leonas", and the path to become a field hockey legend in the world.

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Audio: Spanish [Original]
Subtitles: English;Arabic;Polish;Spanish;French

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