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Documentary on the Toulouse Stadium, in cinemas on April 13: the first images unveiled

2022-01-20T17:14:21.574Z

“The Stadium” will be released in theaters on April 13. This documentary retraces the exceptional season of the Toulousains, champions of France and



40 seconds of strong images, suffering in training, fiery speeches in the locker room and explosions of joy after victories.

Here are the first shocking images, in black and white, of the documentary “Le Stade”, which will be released in theaters on April 13.

The honors of the 7th Art were needed to further magnify the exceptional season of Stade Toulouse in 2020-2021.

Les Rouge et Noir, led by stars Antoine Dupont and Romain Ntamack, achieved an incredible Top 14-European Cup double, very rare in rugby (Toulon achieved this in 2014).

During this epic, the cameras never stopped following Ugo Mola's men as closely as possible.

And did not go unnoticed.

Echoes have filtered, we first mentioned a series, before the Toulouse Stadium revealed a few days ago that it would be a real cinema film which will be released in dark rooms.

In matches, in the locker room, in training but also, obviously in more private settings, “Le Stade”, produced by Pathé, chooses to stage the club in several facets.

With it seems a bias, black and white, as if to better inscribe this institution of rugby and the region in the legend.

𝗔𝗩𝗥𝗜𝗟 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟮#LeStade #LeStadeLeFilm pic.twitter.com/OjmtPb5d3c

— Stade Toulousain (@StadeToulousain) January 6, 2022

“This jersey, it has a fucking history.

It's fucking excitement that makes us play big matches, it's the desire to be the Toulouse stadium.

The desire to dent the opponents we play against", we hear from the voice of Ugo Mola, behind images of Antoine Dupont in training in the forest, of Romain Ntamack pensive in the swimming pool, and of Joe Tekori beating the rhythm in a party or howling in a torrent to resist the current.

"That's the culture of winning," says the former, Maxime Médard, striking his heart where the club logo is.

“We have to blow them up, and then we send in the cavalry, is that clear?

“, chants Ugo Mola in a locker room.

The tone is set.

That of a film to the glory of a club which, for two years, no longer knows how to lose.

Source: leparis

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