Starring David Tennant (Doctor Who) as inspirational coach Jimmy Murphy, Jack O Connell (Harry Brown, This is England) as Bobby Charlton and Dougray Scott (Mission Impossible II) as Matt Busby, United is the riveting story of the legendary Busby Babes . The youngest side ever to win the Football League, Manchester United had the world at their feet until the tragedy of the 1958 Munich Air Crash. As football and its supporters worldwide mourned, the extraordinary resilience of the city and club galvanised the rebuilding of the team and brought new hope.
The film draws on first-hand interviews with the survivors and their families to tell the inspirational story of a team and community overcoming terrible tragedy.



The best drama of the year so far was United - The Sun (30th April 2011)

(United) is without question one of the best television dramas of recent years this is likely to charm and move you in equal measures - The Observer (24th April 2011)

United's excellent cast draw us effortlessly into a heart-breaking story of loss. Radio Times (19th April 2011)

It's beautifully done  powerful, haunting and very human. The Guardian,(25th April 2011)

A stellar cast brings the story of Manchester United's Busby Babes to life in this brilliant 90-minute biopic. Beautifully acted and filmed, and true to the compelling story, this is superb drama, whether you're a football fan or not. TV Times (19th April 2011)

United is thoroughly worth watching. The Times (23rd April 2011)

Once in a while a real contender comes along which manages to leave the cliches behind and capture the essence of sport hard graft, beauty, tragedy and all. United is just such a film. The Daily Telegraph (23 April 2011)


Prix Europa (Nominee) - Best Drama - United


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