"But we had a fantastic coach, Simon Clifford, who runs a British football youth game which teaches Brazilian techniques - which is what we wanted to incorporate into the film. And some of those things we eventually got in"
- Parminder Nagra
About this Quote
In this quote, Parminder Nagra is talking about the experience of working on the movie "Bend It Like Beckham." She discusses their coach, Simon Clifford, who is known for his knowledge in mentor Brazilian football methods to British youth players. Nagra explains that including these techniques into the movie was a top priority for the cast and team, and thanks to Clifford's guidance, they had the ability to effectively do so. This reveals the commitment and attention to detail that went into making the film as authentic and accurate as possible. Nagra's words likewise highlight the effect that Clifford had on the movie's production and the important skills he gave the table.
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