A Gentleman's Game

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Released 2001

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Director:
J. Mills Goodloe
Released:
2001
Rating:
R
A Gentleman's Game is a heartfelt drama from directer J. Mills Goodloe. The game of golf is the backdrop for the young Timmy (Mason Gamble) in this well-told coming of age story. Each of the increasingly poignant scenes are shown through the eyes of Timmy himself. Twelve year old Timmy first takes up golf to connect with his distant, golf-obsessed, father, but shows promise at the game from the beginning. His father then sends him to caddy at the local country club where he soon learns many life lessons beyond those of golf. At the country club, Timmy witnesses the clashes between the wealthy and privleged members who act arrogantly and look down upon the so-called "underclass" workers, who become Timmy's greatest friends. In this visually stunning film, the actors work well together and the finished product shows the wonders of golf along with an uplifiting message about how our choices in life and our attitudes affect others.

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    Golf, Religion & Spirituality