Diego Sánchez Gómez
Created on February 5, 2024
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This video is an interview to the director of the film and to the basketball trainer. They explain the experience that they have recording the film and they talked about some important scenes
Feroz awards 2019 Best comedy
Platino awards 2019Cinema and Education in Values Award
Forqué awards 2019Best film and Cinema and Education in Values Award
Goya awards 33th edition Best film
Goya awards 33th edition Best surprise actor
Goya awards 33th edition Best song "este es el momento"
She was born on the 11th of September 1976 in Madrid. Since she was little she dreamed about cinema. Her first contact with the world of interpretation was when she was 12, when se was chosen to participate in a story about an abandoned doll. When she was 20, her parents tried to convince her to give up the idea of being an actress but they didn’t succeed. She has taken part in many tv series, several short films and films. In 2001 she was the main character in the film “Cuídate de mí”. Despite her vocation of being an actress she also finished a degree in engineering at Madrid University.
Intellectual disability of unknown etiology. She is in the occupational center of the Amas Foundation. She made pottery. She is now learning to be a waiter and kitchen helper. “He loves it.” He plays ping pong. He was runner-up in Spain in pairs. “I carry sadness inside,” that phrase he says in the film. Smiling despite everything is his philosophy of life. “He dances like crazy, like he’s electrified.” He is the only one of the Champions who has a girlfriend. For now. He dazzles with his control of the ball, spinning the basketball on the tip of his finger [he can also handle apples or kiwis] He loves to give hugs and to give them to him too..
𝓙𝓮𝓼ú𝓼 𝓛𝓪𝓰𝓸 𝓢𝓸𝓵í𝓼
𝓙𝓪𝓿𝓲𝓮𝓻 𝓖𝓾𝓽𝓲é𝓻𝓻𝓮𝔃 Á𝓵𝓿𝓪𝓻𝓮𝔃
Javier Gutiérrez was born in Luanco (Asturias) and when he was one year old, he moved tu Ferrol ( La Coruña) with his family. He studied in la Salle school in Caranza. He started his theatrical career in 2000, when he began to work with the group ‘’ Animalario ‘’. He has participated in many succesful Spanish films, for example : “ Días de fútbol” and “ Torrente 3”. Also, he has done publicity and collaborations in a lot of TV Spanish series. In 2018 he acted in “Campeones” , in this film he had to play the role of a disabled basketball team trainer
She is the smallest of the team. In the film she could be reflected in the sequence that goes to stun a player of the other team and she get give a kick in the crotch, she raise her arms and says: “That's it” tell Loli, her mother, who never plays with dolls , always played with boys and did sports like judo. She has studied theater and aspires to be a professional actress. She has invent a phrase: Life is just one, live today
He is the biggest of the team. His 192 cm permit him to do dunks. Alberto has been diagnose with Sotos Syndrome, an alteration of the NSD1 gene characterized by excessive growth and some delay of the cognitive development. A characteristic word of Alberto is the "we", which marks his speech. "He is consciousness that we are not equal," describes his father. He is fond of sudokus and reading adventure novels. He likes Verne and Stevenson's Treasure Island. In the movie he worked in a restaurant so hard that the manager didn't let him go to almost any game. Until the coach found out whole. Him and his wife dress up as police officers and told the manager that he had to pay him more and that when he had a game he should not go to work.
The most rock and roll of champions lives in a sheltered apartment. Shares a house with six other people. "I have a 68% intellectual and psychological disability," he tells Crónica. Direct . How is he. He has a friendly face. Wear black earrings. Your pride is that hard-earned freedom. He goes at his own pace. A born worker, he is not only a gardener in El Escorial. He travels from north to south of Madrid to carry out his duties.
He is passionate about sports he also plays soccer
Marco is the second coach in a basketball team of the most important league is Spain. He has problems at work, with his girl and with almost everything he has around. One day in the middle of a basketball match, these frustrations end up in a horrible discussion with the first coach and he is fired. He goes to court. The sentence orders him to train a very special basketball team made up by intelectual disabled people. Next day he introduces himself to the players. He discovers that they know almost nothing about basketball, and the are not able to understand his instructions either. He decides to begin teaching them how to run, although he tells them to run in a straight line they do it as he wants and when he turns they continue running and leave the court. Completely hopeless he goes to the team director, Julio to ask him if he can leave the team. The judge said he can’t pay a fine he has to train the team for 90 days. At night Julio calls him very happy because the team has been allowed to play the national championship thanks to having him as a coach. The following training sessions the players begin to understand how basketball is played, and they start to win some of the matches. In the final against the dwarfs when there were only 4 seconds to finish Benito, one of the players, decides to take the ball, go back and throw the ball without looking at the net… what will happen?
Julio was born with Noonan syndrome although it doesn't look like. He is a mutation of chromosome 12 whose main characteristic is short height and he is 176 centimeters tall. “I am self-employed,” he tells us proudly. Although he lives with his parents, he has been working since he was 18 years old. boy who talks to the plants in Campeones meets fans. “You are a great actor,” they congratulate him. "A little picture". And more than the fame, sudden and fleeting, what he most celebrates are the nine friends he have.
This is the main song of the film and it is called “ este es el momento “ . It won the best song Goya award ( Coque Malla )
Roberto is a surprising boy. He is 188 cm tall, handsome, perfect smile. It's hard to believe he has any disability. Bourneville syndrome causes benign tumors in the brain. But she is worried about her Roberto's future. As a packager [for a website] and another job he is only busy for a few hours, two days a week, and he earns barely 200 euros a month. In the movie Roman, before playing on his friends' team, he played on another basketball team, but it was not for disabled people, but for people without any problem, except that he had an accident
When he was born they didn't give him vitamin K, and after 48 hours, he got a brain haemorrhage. He spent a month in the incubator. His diagnosis: encephalopathy, he got a disability of 70% and myopia of 12 dioptres. He has never established any limits. His favourite sentence is simple “I am going to try it “
𝓙𝓸𝓼é 𝓭𝓮 𝓛𝓾𝓷𝓪
- This is a scene that we like the most about Juanma
- Also, we left here some videos about him
This film has a great message. They are different in the way they act but they do no have any disability to love and give the best of themselves. We can learn so much form them that we are really disabled when we think we are superior. There is a reason why they are there and any person who has one of the nearby knows what I am talking about. It not only a fantastic film but it’s also funny, kindness, generosity and helps us to better understand these people. The film won an award about the education of valuation. Funny, I laughed as much as I had never before, they do it with a great enthusiasm and with affection. Brilliant actors and thanks to this opportunity they can express their feelings and be what they have always dreamed of.
Opinion and values
He has Down syndrome and a disability of 65%. Despite his disability, he is independent and he lives in his own flat in Vallecas. He works in a Carlos Martín Foundation centre, where they have helped him a lot. He packs packages perfumes, and creams. He also packs books. In the film he played the role of the judge´s son that sentenced his trainer
𝓕𝓻𝓪𝓷 𝓕𝓾𝓮𝓷𝓽𝓮𝓼 𝓭𝓮 𝓞𝓵𝓲𝓿𝓪
Intellectual disability of unknown etiology. She is in the occupational center of the Amas Foundation. She made pottery. She is now learning to be a waiter and kitchen helper. “He loves it.” He plays ping pong. He was runner-up in Spain in pairs. “I carry sadness inside,” that phrase he says in the film. Smiling despite everything is his philosophy of life. “He dances like crazy, like he’s electrified.” He is the only one of the Champions who has a girlfriend. For now.
𝓢𝓽𝓮𝓯𝓪𝓷 𝓛ó𝓹𝓮𝔃 𝓢𝓪𝓶𝓾𝓮𝓵
He dazzles with his control of the ball, spinning the basketball on the tip of his finger [he can also handle apples or kiwis]
He loves to give hugs and to give them to him too.
Since he was a boy he showed up a big interest in literature, cinema and arts in general. He got a degree in Spanish Filology. In 2014 he wrote a play called “Sala de espera” which was performed in León in 2015. He observes the world and interacts with only a 10% of vision in his left eye as he lost the vision of his right eye many years ago. He consideres himself a blind man because of a couple of sight illnesses. He uses his disability to find everyday new ways of expression.
He tells the trainer