The best documentary in recent memory. Most unusual sport/medicine story that in any family is absolutely harrowing. Here, the viewer gets inescapably pulled into the movie. The clips of the central figures talking into the camera and the way the cinematographers use space during shooting makes the viewer part of the scene. This is intimate and at times very uncomfortable. Lots of raw emotion: sadness, frustration, anger, but also love, joy and gratitude. Can't do the picture Justice. Really a stand alone movie.
You are on the roller coaster of life. I teared up at least six times. It puts all your problems into context. Unbelievable how strong the families are. Only negative would be it is a little to winded. I was getting itchy to leave over the last ten minutes or so.