This is by far the best documentary I've seen in a long time.
It follows a group of mostly young men as they train and compete at wheelchair rugby in national and olympic competitions.
In interviews on TV conducted at the release of the film --collected in the special features second of the DVD--they offer personal insights about being quadriplegics, the circumstances surrounding their individual cases and how important in their lives the game has been.
They might have us believe that the film is a sports documentary and ought to be judged on that criteria alone. They're wrong. The least interesting thing about the film is the game.
The most interesting and gratifying things about the film are about acceptance, recovery, family, friendship and sex.