Religious films are almost never made outside the United States, so this film Woodlawn: The True Story is an opportunity to see one of the last films of this subject, which have a wide audience.
We are going in the early 70’s of last century, a complicated time in the United States due to racial problems. Slavery was abolished long ago, but that does not mean that there is equality between whites and blacks.
All that trouble we’re going to see in a high school football team, the Woodlawn team. There are problems there, but the arrival of a new coach changes everything.
The team has a kind of spiritual awakening, so religion comes to fix many of the problems of this team, which we can say is reborn thanks to faith, which, as a saying in my country says, “move mountains” .