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Memorable, and because it's a documentary, the impact of what happens is raw and real. Amazing hearts, faith and perseverance against tough odds. Coach Bill is a great "dad" to these young men, and gives them a clear standard to rise to. Wish there were more coaches like him in high school football!
Not as good as his earlier documentaries, but still great.
Great inspiring story! Highly recommend.
Very inspirational movie. Very good for a sports film. I don't think I've ever liked a sports film before, but it was very good and it was very realistic.
Undefeated is a simple, yet interesting documentary. In just under two hours this film manages to showcase a wide variety of emotions including heartbreak, apathy, frustration and elation. I'm not that big into sports, but I found myself pulled into the world of high school football, and invested in the lives of each one of the kids. This is an inspiring movie.
A moving documentary about a white high school football coach who donates his time volunteering to help young black boys grow into men.
A documentary following a high school football team and their coach. This film touches themes of race, class, and religion that may be a bit familiar to documentary fans. However, although these issues are touched, they aren't rubbed in and instead focuses on the relationships and growth of people. On the technical side, the film also has amazing editing and a moving score. I also cried three times.
Well done documentary that not only captures emotional change among athletes but also among the community.
this is the reason documentaries are made real life real people real problems
It's the opening of this documentary that really grabs you, as the head coach of the football team begins talking about all the players that are not available to him because of crime and shootings and so on. The film focuses on the head coach and three of the players on the team, and you are immediately drawn into their lives and their efforts to make it to the playoffs and win their first playoff game.