Don’t Take Me Home – journey of Wales and the UEFA CUP 2016 – Arrives in cinemas March 3 A Johnny Owen film. Stars are the Red Dragon’s.
The incredible story of Wales’ remarkable journey to the semifinals of UEFA Euro 2016 has been made into a big screen film, and it will preview early on cinema screens across Wales for St David’s Day.
Don’t Take Me Home promises to be an inspiring documentary from Welsh filmmaker Jonny Owen (SVENGALI, I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES), which follows the Red Dragons’ on their march to a showdown with Portugal in the 2016 European Championships.
The film, from National Amusements in partnership with the Football Association of Wales and Only the Best Productions in association with New Era Global Productions, will go on general release across the UK on Friday, March 3.
It is receiving great reviews from the film critics nationwide. Welsh public can’t wait to see the exciting episode of the Euros all over again. The memories are so vivid and watching the movie say critics is like living the game all over again.
Stars of the movie are the team
While mass coverage cinemas not planned a number will be showing this fantastic tale of the great football games the Welsh team played.
Great stars and team were at a premiere showing of Don’t Take Me Home in London Monday night February 27. They were given a wonderful welcome as they walked the red carpet at Leicester Square. Star player Gareth Bale was unable to go but sent a vid
— YourNewsUKtv (@YourNewsUKtv) March 1, 2017
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