18-year old April Platt tackles communication barriers with her rugby teammates.
Documentary (2020). Team Tackle follows rugby-mad 18-year old April Platt over several months, as she tackles communication barriers in both her national and local rugby teams. As April faces her fears, she steps out of her comfort zone and becomes more independent in the process. How will she get on, and will her passion for rugby carry her through? Filmed, produced and directed by Sebastian Cunliffe; a Drummer TV production for BSLBT.
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