Sergio Torres wants to keep living the dream – by bringing through young talent.

The Eastbourne Borough midfielder is currently promoting his new film The Unknown Torres, which tells how he came from Argentina aiming to become a professional footballer.

It received rave reviews when it premiered at the Duke Of York’s cinema in Brighton on Sunday.

There are screenings at Crawley Town’s People’s Pension Stadium tonight and Borough’s Priory Lane home tomorrow.

Torres turns 38 in July but has no plans to hang up his boots and is targeting Vanarama National League south safety with Borough.

But his coaching role with youngsters at the Russell Martin Academy could hold the key to fulfilling future dreams.

He said: “Someone said that once you reach your dream you should continue and keep dreaming.

“My dream was to play football and I’m still doing it, even if it is not full-time.

“Even if is just for two hours, when I’m playing, I just forget everything.

“I’ve always had it in my head that I want to play until I’m 40.

“My dream is to stay involved with football, whether it is coaching or whatever.

“Being a manager is not my priority although, if something came along. I might give it a go.

“I love coaching. To coach kids is very rewarding and I get to do it every day. I’m a lucky guy.”

Both Torres and Jasper Spanjaart, who wrote and directed the film, are delighted to see it being so well received.

Spanjaart is a young Dutch documentary-maker but this is his first feature-length production.

He said: “I think with what it has become it was difficult to fit it into 90 minutes, even though that might seem strange.

“When I tell people we did a documentary in 90 minutes, they say that’s a long time.

“But there is not a minute in there that I would take out.”

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