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BRASIL: A NATION EXPECTS

SEE THE EXCLUSIVE INSIDE STORY OF THE WORLD’S BEST FOOTBALLERS AND THEIR QUEST FOR THE GREATEST PRIZE ON EARTH, OUT ON BLU-RAY, DVD AND COLLECTOR’S EDITION DVD ON 2ND JUNE 2014 FROM UNIVERSAL PICTURES (UK)

–       COLLECTOR’S EDITION INCLUDES NEVER BEFORE SEEN ‘STARS OF BRASIL’ TV SERIES –

With exclusive access to the world’s greatest football team, BRASIL: A NATION EXPECTS, is a rare and intimate documentary film which follows the ‘Scolari family’ as they get ready for the defining moment of their lives, the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Offering an unprecedented and personal look behind the scenes of the team on their quest for the ultimate prize, BRASIL: A NATION EXPECTS, is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to watch, listen and learn from the sport’s greatest players as they prepare to make history.

The Brasil national team, widely regarded as the finest exponents of ‘the beautiful game’, have won the World Cup five times – more than any other country – and have amassed a dedicated following across the globe, for their innovative ball skills, mesmerising trickery and an irrefutable, and palpable, passion for the sport. See the players up close and personal and as you’ve never seen them before, as they prepare, both mentally and physically, in the 18 months leading up to their defining moment this June. With Scolari at the helm and starring players including Luiz, Oscar, Ramires and Willian from Chelsea FC, Neymar and Daniel Alves from FC Barcelona, Paulinho from Tottenham Hotspur FC, Thiago Silva and Maxwell from Paris-Saint Germain FC, Hulk from FC Zenit Saint Petersburg and Dante from FC Bayern Munich, BRASIL: A NATION EXPECTS, is the ultimate behind-the-scenes look at one team carrying the hopes and dreams of an entire nation.

The Collector’s Edition DVD includes STARS OF BRASIL, a 10-episode TV series profiling Brasil’s star players, mixing exclusive sit-down and post-match interviews with exciting career highlights footage. Featuring great goals and great skills for both club and country from some of the world’s best players, each episode includes exclusive interview footage and clips featuring one key member of the Brasil team.

The world is watching! Don’t miss BRASIL: A NATION EXPECTS out on Blu-ray and DVD and Collector’s Edition DVD on 2nd June 2014. It’s the perfect watch in preparation of World Cup viewing this June or the ideal Father’s Day gift for any true sports fan.

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https://www.facebook.com/BrasilANationExpects

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DVD £15.99 RRP

Blu-Ray£19.99 RRP

Collector’s Edition DVD*£29.99 RRP

*Collector’s Edition also includes never seen before Stars of Brasil TV Series

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