A documentary with David Beckham, when he travels seven continents and plays seven different kknd of soccer/football.
David Beckham sets himself the challenge of a lifetime: playing a football match on all seven continents of the globe and getting back in time for his own star-studded Unicef fundraising match at Old Trafford. Playing the beautiful game in some of the most challenging and remote locations of the world, David discovers how important football is to the many different people he meets and plays with and confirms some universal truths about the game itself: it's unique ability to inspire and unite people across the world. The first three games see David play in some of the countries for which he is a Unicef ambassador: tribes in the jungles of Papua New Guinea; children from an earthquake-damaged school in Nepal and footballers from three African countries at a refugee camp in the middle of the desert near Djibouti.
Aluna is written and produced by musician Paul Roberts. All the music on this album was gathered together whilst travelling around the globe for three and a half years, visiting Africa, Asia and S.America. With help from the Wodon of the south Sahara, Massai women and men of the Rift Valley of northern Tanzania, the Shillak of south Sudan, the Panaore of the Orinoco river in Venezuela, the Mihicau of the Xingu river in Brazil, the swallows of Granada, Hindu temple chanting and beautiful Arabic singing. This World music album has 11 powerful tracks and is a nique blend of ethnic recordings, various instrumentalists, and modern computer techniques…
Tony, a trapeze artist, gets a job at a small circus. When a tempest takes away the tent, Tony stays for the love of the beautiful Belmira who could be a rider… if they hadn't sold the horse. They play at open-air, sleep under the stars, scrimp and save every penny, and soon there's a new tent to be bought… on credit. But Belmira is not happy, she dreams of a real home, while Tony is fascinated by the circus. And the gloomy days are back.