Tom Meets Zizou

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Tom Meets Zizou
Directed by Aljoscha Pause
Produced by Hans-Peter Klein
Aljoscha Pause
Starring Thomas Broich
Music by Roland Meyer de Voltaire
Cinematography Martin Nowak
Robert Schramm
Jochen Wagener
Edited by Anne Pannbacker
Distributed by Mindjazz Pictures
Release date(s)
  • 25 March 2011 (2011-03-25)
Running time 141 minutes
Country Germany
Language German
English

Tom Meets Zizou (German title: Tom Meets Zizou – Kein Sommermärchen [Not a Summer's Tale]) is a documentary film by director Aljoscha Pause, based on the life and career of German football player Thomas Broich.[1]


Overview[edit]

Eight years in the making from 2003 to 2011, the documentary follows Broich through the trials and tribulations of his football career from the German Fußball-Bundesliga to Australian club Brisbane Roar.[2][3] The film's title is a reference to Broich's idol Zinedine Zidane, nicknamed "Zizou".

Reception[edit]

Debuting to positive reviews at the Berlin International Film Festival, the independently produced film was a success in Germany, winning awards and selling out cinemas across the nation.[4] Tom Meets Zizou was released on DVD in Germany and Australia.[5]

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