A women’s soccer match pitting Berlin’s team against Iran’s national team exposes cultural and gender conflicts in this thrilling documentary. After learning that the Iranian team has never been allowed to play their sport outdoors—much less against another team and in front of fans—the German team sets out to organize a match. The film traces the logistical challenges they must navigate: men are banned from the Tehran stadium, and the predominantly lesbian German team must learn to play with headscarves and observe a strict code of conduct while in Iran, downplaying their sexuality. When the two teams finally meet, the stadium erupts with a thousand screaming female fans. 2008, video, in German and Farsi with English subtitles, 85 minutes.