One of the most iconic moments in NFL history plays second fiddle in short ‘The Immaculate Reception’

Posted in Film, Short Films
By Natasha Peach on 9 Mar 2015



Named after the famous American Football play, Charlotte Glynn‘s short is set in 1972, during the iconic game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Oakland Raiders. The Immaculate Reception follows Joey, the middle of three brothers and a shy and quiet kid, but when his crush ends up at his house to watch the game, he must overcome his insecurities to win her over. Written and directed by Charlotte Glynn, The Immaculate Reception is the second in the The Pittsburgh Trilogy, opener Rachel Is is available now on Vimeo On Demand:

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