Remember the Titans
- Original title
Remember the Titans
- Running time
- 113 min.
- United States
Gregory Allen Howard
Donald Adeosun Faison,
Nicole Ari Parker,
Walt Disney Pictures / Jerry Bruckheimer Films
Drama | Sports. American Football. Racism. Based On A True Story. 1970s
- Synopsis / Plot
- The film takes place in Alexandria, Virginia in 1971, at a recently desegregated high school known as T.C. Williams. Herman Boone (Denzel Washington) is hired as Assistant Head coach for the school's football team, working under Head Coach Bill Yoast (Will Patton). In a move by the School Board, Boone becomes Head Coach and Yoast chooses not to become Assistant Head Coach, when offered by Boone, but changes his mind later on. The African-American and Caucasian members of the football team clash in racially-motivated conflicts on a few occasions throughout their time at football camp. But after forceful coaxing and team building efforts executed by Coach Boone, eventually the team manages to achieve some form of unity, as well as success. The main conflict is taken to a personal level by the portrayal of the conflict between Gerry Bertier (Ryan Hurst) and Julius Campbell (Wood Harris), two players of equally outstanding athletic ability who at first can't stand one another but eventually become sworn brothers (the turning point of their relationship becomes a focal point for the team in its racially divided ways giving way to true unity).
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