"Rousing, powerful, persuasive and gripping"
"The soul of the film is made even more evocative by Chris Roe’s poignant score"

A hard-hitting documentary for cricket fans and non-fans alike. Cricketing journalists Jarrod Kimber and Sam Collins set off on a journey to report on the current state of health of Test Cricket and to investigate the impact of 20:20 cricket on the five-day game. They end up in something more sinister than they could ever have imagined. During their thrilling three-year journey they criss-cross the globe from London to Australia, from India to Dubai and back again, during which they meet players, the game’s administrators, fans and controversial cricket financiers, resulting in a film that is about much more than cricket. This is a film about passion, about money, about power and it’s a film about standing up for what you care about before it is too late.

After its BFI Premiere and successful UK-wide cinema run, the film is now available on
Amazon and iTunes.

Directed by Sam Collins, Jarrod Kimber, Johnny Blank
Produced by
Dartmouth Films
Edited by David Fairhead, Michael Rolt, Graham Taylor
Cinematography by
Anthony Koreny
Year 2015
Length 96'
Premiered at Sheffield Doc Fest
UK-wide screenings, including
BFI and Picturehouse Central
Available on Amazon and iTunes