The Building of the Field

Over the course of a year these four people, with only a little help and a lot of hard work, came together to build a box lacrosse field, one of the only ones in the southeastern region of the United States. They show that even with setbacks, they could accomplish what they set out to achieve.

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Running Time
6 minutes
Short, Documentary, Sport
Spencer Connolly
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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Comments about short «The Building of the Field» (23)

Emma R. avatar
Emma R.

Watch this movie in your nearby cinema. I promise you, it’s money well spent. cheers

Richard Coleman avatar
Richard Coleman

good movie. surprised but good acting and good Sport.

Charles M. avatar
Charles M.

If you've got Spencer Connolly original masterpiece you'll easily be having butterflies in your stomach and zillions of thoughts going through your head. Thanks for this movie Spencer Connolly.

Diane avatar

Good acting, great direction, excellent cinematography.

Sean H. avatar
Sean H.

Excellent! Spencer Connolly does it again!!!!! BRAVO! Go see this film, whatever you do, this is the one to see this year!

Keith M. avatar
Keith M.

This is the cutest movie!! Literally the cutest.

Johnny avatar

This movie is a gem screenplay, direction, music, acting in every department it scores 10 on 10.

Tammy avatar

I enjoy most of Spencer Connolly movies. I know his parents are proud!

Elizabeth Griffin avatar
Elizabeth Griffin

Loved this movie. I was not sure at first, but it turned out to be awesome!

Christian Mitchell avatar
Christian Mitchell

Old-school Short goodness! Real good. It's got plot, visuals, soundtrack, performances.

Joan Gonzalez avatar
Joan Gonzalez

Words cannot describe the perfection that is this film. Spencer Connolly did a fantastic job! Solid cast, action, effects, everything.

Bobby Santos avatar
Bobby Santos

Can't wait to watch the film again to digest it better. Would lose if watched on DVD, without any doubt a film to be enjoyed on the big screen!