A bona fide British classic, this early-1980s paean to love and soccer (in that order) centers on the titular Gregory (charmingly played by John Gordon Sinclair), a 16-year-old literally outgrowing his jersey while dealing with every adolescent issue under the Scottish sun. What’s more, he’s gone and lost his place on the soccer team to a girl, Dorothy (Dee Hepburn), and is demoted to goalkeeper, the sporting equivalent of being turned down for a date. No matter, for Gregory is now in love. Director Bill Forsyth squeezes gallons of emotion out of his wholesome cast. What’s more, it’s the perfect length for a film about soccer: 90 minutes.