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El Pelotero (The Ballplayer) 

Event Details

WHEN:
Friday, July 13th to Thursday, July 19th
WHERE:
San Francisco Film Society
1746 Post Street
San Francisco,


HOOD:
Japantown/Lower Pacific Heights
COST:
Matinee: $8; General Admission: $11; Members: $9; Students and Seniors: $10
AGE:
All ages
MORE INFO:
sffs.org
El Pelotero (The Ballplayer)

Event Description

The documentary El Pelotero (The Ballplayer) follows two sixteen year old Dominican baseball prospects who must overcome incredible competition and increasing corruption to try to achieve their dreams of signing a contact with an MLB team and lifting their families out of poverty. John Leguizamo narrates. The movie plays at The San Francisco Film Society, and has already gotten great reviews from the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, the Huffington Post, and the AV Club.


El Pelotero (The Ballplayer)

WHERE:
San Francisco Film Society
1746 Post Street
San Francisco,


HOOD:
Japantown/Lower Pacific Heights
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