HappylandIn the Philippines, only a few young rich kids from exclusive schools play football, and only as part of the curriculum. Filipinos are basketball fanatics, and the most rabid can be found in slums communities like these. If the Philippines is a basketball country, then Tondo is its capital. Here, basketball is almost a religion -- there are more basketball courts than churches. But Father Jose had this crazy belief that football is the right sports for Filipinos, most especially the poor. Together with his co-pastor, and a young football coach, Father Jose began picking out boys from the street. Kids who were living dangerous, even violent, lives played for the team not because of choice -- but more because of hope. Hope of escaping what seemed an inescapable destiny. This is the story of their battle -- on, and off, the field. The story of the legendary barefoot players of Tondo. Will they win?