Two Days in April

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Released 2006

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Two Days in April

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Director:
Don Argott
Released:
2006
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Two Days in April is a sports documentary that follows the story of four young collegiate football players as they embark on their journey to become professional football players. The story begins with all four of the players signing onto the major sports agency known as IMG. They are taken to a state of the art training facility located in Florida in order for the agency to both mentally and physically prepare their signed athletes for the NFL draft. The NFL draft is a two-day annual event, which brings fans from all around the United States to New York City for a first hand look at their favorite team's newly drafted players. This documentary explores both the stresses and pleasures that go into being a sports agency signed collegiate player looking forward to the NFL draft and a professional career in football. The film was produced by 25/7 productions and released in April of 2007.
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    Football