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Cert 15
95 mins
BBFC advice: Contains strong language

When England propelled themselves from laughing stock to the world's number one cricket nation, few of us would have been considering the mental cost on the players.
And yet this riveting documentary by Barney Douglas shows that the inner scars ran deep with many of the squad.
Playing test cricket looks easy on the TV but the concentration and physical effort required makes it one of the most intense of sporting endeavours.
To go from seventh in world to first in 18 months, as England did, demands the body and mind being thrust on to an entirely different plane.
All of the England team give an honest appreciation of that time playing for England and coach Andy Flower, who was charged with rejuvenating the team comes under severest scrutiny.
The film splits into two - firstly, they talk about the thrill of finding the greatest form of their lives and, secondly, the price they had to pay.
Flower, a hard-talking Zimbabwean does some serious and interesting reflections on his methods of man-management.
Meanwhile, one of England's most potent batsmen, Jonathan Trott reveals the demons of depression which the pressure brought to the fore.
Trott's story is relatively well known as are Kevin Pietersen's accusations of bullying which he repeats here but they are supported by more surprising stories from other players in the squad.
Indeed, almost all of the players are interviewed.
I must admit that I am one of the tut-tutting England supporters who have groaned for many years about the ineptitude of certain batsman.
While doing so, I haven't considered the strain of having a ball fired at the head at 90km with the express intention of unsettling its target.
As fans, we see success and failure in very black and white terms and when a player is dropped after a loss of form our attention merely moves on to their successor.
The Edge shows what goes on behind the scenes. It is intimate, impressive and very engaging.
I recommend it to anyone who suffers from mental health disorders or enjoys watching and playing sport.

Reasons to watch: A revealing insight into the pressures of international sport
Reasons to avoid: Those who don't understand cricket may be put off

Laughs: None
Jumps: None
Vomit: None
Nudity: None
Overall rating: 8.5/10

Did you know? The suicide rate among English test cricketers over the years is almost double that of the UK’s male population. 

Final word. Barney Douglas: "“I’m fairly certain this is not your normal cricket film! The players and coaches have been incredible with their humour and honesty. I really hope this film helps widen awareness of mental health and becomes part of an incredible summer for English cricket.”

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