Medicine Game: Four Brothers, One Dream

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Sequel series now available

The  Medicine Game: Four Brothers, One Dream

The four short films, The Medicine Game: Four Brothers, One Dream, are part of the sequel to the original feature length film released in 2014, which focused on older brothers Jeremy and Hiana. This series goes into the lives of Miles and Lyle, their connection, and assent to the top the lacrosse world.

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Film 1 – 7:30 - This first episode in the series introduces brothers Miles and Lyle Thompson and looks back at their unique upbringing, and explores how it fostered two of the top college lacrosse players of all-time.

Film 2 – 5:17 - Miles Thompson tells the story of growing up in the shadow of three lacrosse star brothers and how the struggle of proving the doubters wrong overcoming weight issues pushed him to the top of the lacrosse world. We follow Miles training with his brothers on the Onondaga Nation to playing in his first professional lacrosse game in Minneapolis, Minnesota.



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