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“AN INSPIRING FILM THAT TOUCHES YOUR MOST INTIMATE
FIBERS OF MOTIVATION BEYOND HOCKEY."

Vanesa Valenti, La Capital de Rosario

“AMAZING FILM. SO MANY MEMORIES AND EMOTIONS!
WELL DESERVED FOR YOU, MY FRIEND”

Magui Aicega

“TALENT, DEDICATION AND MAGIC BY A GREAT ARGENTINE
SPORTSWOMAN, FROM A UNIQUE AND EMOTIONAL PERSPECTIVE”

Horacio Bilbao, Diario Clarín

“ESSENTIAL FOR HOCKEY FANS AND ENTERTAINING
FOR THOSE WHO DO NOT FOLLOW THIS GAME”

Adolfo C. Martínez, Diario La Nación

“TALENT, DEDICATION AND MAGIC BY A GREAT ARGENTINE
SPORTSWOMAN, FROM A UNIQUE AND EMOTIONAL PERSPECTIVE”

Diario La Gaceta

“JUGANDO CON LO IMPOSIBLE IMMERSES YOU INTO THE INTERIOR OF BEING LUCHA.
IT MAKES YOU VIBRATE, ENJOY AND REFLECT. IT TOUCHES YOUR HEART”

Cachito Vigil

THEATERS

  • Village Pilar
  • Village Rosario
  • Hoyts Unicenter
  • Hoyts Moreno
  • Hoyts Rosario
  • Cinemacenter La Rioja
  • Cinemacenter Corrientes
  • Cinemacenter San Juan
  • Cine San Martín La Plata
  • Monumental Rosario
  • Gaumont
  • Showcase Haedo
  • Showcase Norte
  • Showcase Rosario
  • Cinema Rocha La Plata

Synopsis

This is the story of Luciana Aymar, the “Maradona” of field hockey or “La Maga” (“The Magician”).

Endowed with an innate talent and the sacrifice required to refine it by training really hard, this player native from Rosario became the glittering star of a team that changed the history of women’s sports in Argentina, “Las Leonas”.

The documentary film embarks on a trip through tournaments, triumphs and defeats, glory and frustration.

But it also represents an inner journey into the personal growth of a woman who has unconsciously become the role model for many others of her kind, devoting her life to sports.

Bio

Luciana Paula Aymar was born in August 10, 1977, in the city of Rosario.
At the age of 7, when her eldest sister, Cintia, arrived home carrying a hockey stick, Luciana decided she wanted to do the same and started playing at the Club Atlético Fisherton of Rosario, to later join the Jockey Club in the same city at the age of 13.

In 1995, she was called to be part of the national junior team, and in 1997, she won the junior Pan-American Games in that category.
One year later, at the age of 18, she made her debut for the Argentina senior team, reaching the fourth place at the World Cup held in Utrecht, Netherlands.
As part of Las Leonas team, she won medals in the most important international tournaments, including the Olympic Games, the World Cup, the Pan-American Games and the Champions Trophy.

Her talent and dedication earned her the distinction of the world’s best player eight times, and was the first and only athlete ever to be awarded such a distinction for four consecutive years (2007 to 2010). All of these achievements made the International Hockey Federation (IHF) declare her the Legend of Hockey in 2008.
Luciana was the flag bearer for her country at the Olympic Games held in London in 2012. The team became runner-up and she was awarded the silver medal, becoming Argentina’s only sportswoman to achieve four Olympic medals.

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Played the greatest number of Champions Trophies in history, winning most of the times.
  • Only sportswoman of Argentina to win four Olympic medals.

Videos

  • Magui Aicega comments on “Lucha, Jugando con lo imposible”
  • Marcos Milinkovic on the film about Lucha Aymar.
  • What’s the opinion of Luciana Aymar’s mother about film?
  • Lucha, Jugando con lo imposible. Spot.
  • Luciana Aymar at the premiere of “Lucha, Jugando con lo imposible”.

Prensa

  • 12/05/16 - DECLARED OF INTEREST BY ROSARIO
  • 18/04/16 - Peugeot Lounge
  • 18/04/16 - PRESENTATION OF “LUCHA, LA PELÍCULA”
  • 15/04/16 - Estación UNTREF
  • 08/04/16 - PRESS RELEASE
  • 11/03/16 - Clarín
  • 11/03/16 - Cancha Llena
  • 16/03/16 - TRAILER LAUNCH AT “PURA QUÍMICA” ON ESPN
  • 19/03/16 - Cine y más...
  • 22/03/16 - Radio Nacional
  • 23/03/16 - DIARIO UNO FROM MENDOZA, SPORTS SECTION, “OVACIÓN”
  • 23/03/16 - Primicias Ya

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