The Class of ’92 is what looks to be a rather nice insight into the life and times of the Manchester United Football Team back in the early 90s. It charts the rise of 6 footballing mad friends David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes and Phil and Gary Neville and their time at Man United, how they rocketed to hguie celebrity status and how their lives changed because of it.
From the trailer below, it seems to be a frank and honest account of their times at the club, how to them it was just a bit of fun playing football with their best friends and how the era changed for both them and football. Featuring interviews with the likes of Danny Boyle, Tony Blair and Eric Cantona, we get to hear about how culture was changing during this time in so many respects, how Oasis were the biggest band in the world and how Manchester seemed to be at the centre of it all.
The DVD is set for release 2nd December and if you’re a Man U fan, it looks to be a must-watch and is no doubt an interesting watch for football fans in general. Check out the trailer below.
At the heart of this ambitious film is the tale of how six 14 year-‐old working class lads from diverse backgrounds came together to play for the same club, became the spine of the most lauded team in world football, and who throughout their period of unparalleled success remained best mates. The production has the unique distinction of having secured unprecedented access to all six players and promises to gain new and revealing insights about each individual and this special period in British football and cultural history. In addition, the production has secured the collaboration of numerous high profile interviewees including Zinedine Zidane, Tony Blair, Mani from the Stone Roses, Eric Cantona and Danny Boyle.