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New Liverpool FC Istanbul film: 43 minutes that will shake the world.. again

17 Nov 2009 01:48:00

* Review: Fifteen Minutes That Shook The World REDS heroes were among stars who turned out to the world premiere of their new Istanbul-inspired film. Defender Jamie Carragher and captain Steven Gerrard attended the screening of Fifteen Minutes that Shook the World at Liverpool One's Odeon cinema. Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez, joined past players and coaching staff to watch the film from the cinema's gallery yesterday. Buy this photo Michael Shields arrives at the film premiere of 15 minutes that shook the world at Liverpool One. Buy this photo Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard arrives at the film premiere of 15 minutes that shook the world at Liverpool One. Buy this photo Ex Liverpool players Phil Thompson and Alan Kennedy arrive at the film premiere of 15 minutes that shook the world at Liverpool One. Buy this photo Actress Suzanne Collins arrives at the film premiere of 15 minutes that shook the world at Liverpool One. Buy this photo Leading actor Neil Fitzmaurice arrives at the film premiere of 15 minutes that shook the world at Liverpool One. Buy this photo Former Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish arrives at the film premiere of 15 minutes that shook the world at Liverpool One with wife Marina. Buy this photoStars and celebs arrive at the film premiere of 15 minutes that shook the world at Liverpool One. Buy this photo Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez arrives at the film premiere of 15 minutes that shook the world at Liverpool One with his wife Montse. Buy this photoSpecial guests arrive at the film premiere of 15 minutes that shook the world at Liverpool One.The 43-minute movie centres on the historic win in which the Anfield squad came back from 3-0 down against AC Milan to win the Champions League trophy for a fifth time. Speaking before the film, Jamie Carragher, said: 'We spent an afternoon filming. We spent about five hours when it should have taken about two. 'We probably weren't very good but hopefully the people who made the film will do well with our help. 'The real actors have done us proud. 'All our supporters always wanted to know what happened at half time in Istanbul. 'The truth was we picked ourselves up even though it was difficult. 'It was a special time and to come back makes it even more special. All our supporters think something special must have happened. 'If the film does well we hope it will raise money for my charity, the 23 Foundation.'


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