The story spins around events already and in the midst of the 1995 Rugby World Cup, that took place in South Africa not long after the fall of politically-endorsed racial isolation with the entry of Nelson Mandela from prison in 1990 in the wake of being held tight Robben Island as a political prisoner for just about 26 years. As the new picked President, Mandela promised to join the all inclusive community of South Africa which is starting at now isolated into two get-togethers: the Afrikaners and the dim local people. The movie on a very basic level exhibits President Mandela’s undertaking to join the two social affairs in supporting the country’s rugby gathering, the Springboks (rugby was usually a sport played by white people) and coordinating the gathering as it made a critical drive towards winning the 1995 Rugby World Cup Championship. Notwithstanding all odds and starting block, the dull local people of South Africa a little while later began to show eagerness for the Springboks.
As the gathering wins a regularly expanding number of diversions, they continue getting rising assistance from both the Afrikaners and the dim local people. The gathering gained amazing ground in the 1995 Rugby World Cup last, beating the most grounded enemy in the opposition, New Zealand, which passed on cheer not only to the Afrikaners yet furthermore to the dull local people wherever all through the country as they complimented the gathering’s triumph. This unavoidably began to associate the division between the two get-togethers that had been there for an impressive time allotment due to politically-authorized racial separation. This movie was eye opening because it shows racial and ethnical issues that were happing way back then, and how sometimes it stills happens nowadays