When Saturday Comes (film)

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When Saturday Comes
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DVD cover
Directed by Maria Giese
Produced by James Daly
Christopher Lambert
Meir Teper
Written by Maria Giese
Story by James Daly
Starring Sean Bean
Emily Lloyd
Pete Postlethwaite
Music by Anne Dudley
Joe Elliott
Cinematography Grant Cameron
Gerry Fisher
Edited by George Akers
Distributed by New Line Cinema
Release date
  • 1 March 1996 (1 March 1996)
Running time
98 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English
For the football magazine of the same name see When Saturday Comes.

When Saturday Comes is a British film from 1996 starring Sean Bean and Emily Lloyd, directed by Maria Giese. The film was released in March 1996, and was distributed by New Line Cinema.

Plot[edit]

A factory worker who gets scouted, firstly by the well-known non-league side Hallam F.C. and then later by Sheffield United Football Club. It was filmed at various locations around South Yorkshire including Rotherham, Sandygate Road and Bramall Lane. Def Leppard lead singer Joe Elliott made his acting debut in a scene as Jimmy's brother, but the scene was cut from the final production.

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