It's a visceral, flamboyant look into The Beautiful Game.
The Tom Scharpling-directed clip has humour, pathos, and a sweetly touching story arc.
Not happy. Not sad. Just nothing.
A new report shows that, despite stereotypes, young people are creating the greatest amount of social change.
We spent Friday night in one of New Zealand's most disaffected areas to find out what's on people's minds.
A lot of people in Stoke don't vote, but it's not because they're ignorant.
"People are too busy doing fun shit, they ain't got time to pay attention to David Morrison or whatever he is called."
"I think a lot of them found this election disgusting," says a researcher who wants more young people to get involved in politics.
The response to the star's attack shows how deep our apathy for the rich and famous has become.
In the city still dealing with earthquake recovery, residents have barely anyone to vote for with only three mayoral candidates and half the council wards virtually uncontested.
Around 25 percent of 18 to 30-year-olds didn't vote in the last election. Some put this down to laziness, but that's a lazy explanation.