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Re: The Sports Genre Cliche Thread
« on: January 05, 2013, 07:38:52 am »
That's the very obvious dividing line there, if the actor's past a certain age, he's management but pines for the physical activity side of it and definitely hating that he can't do it anymore.  The fear of getting old shown by being incapable of doing something that only a limited number of people can actually do well.

If it's a younger actor, he's a rough talent in the sport that needs to be refined ad hued, but her grows and finds love and everything wraps up right at the "big" game.

If it's a one-on-one thing like fighting, that young man might need to do some illegal and underground games to get practice and a little earning scratch, because of course he comes from humble beginnings.


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