Saturday, December 8, 2012

Inspiring Documentary

This documentary might be the best, most inspiring, documentary I have ever seen.  It profiles the inspirational figure of Dewey Bozella, a man who was imprisoned for a murder he didn’t commit. He found strength in boxing during his unjust incarceration, becoming light heavyweight champion of the notoriously tough Sing Sing prison in New York. And although he was given the chance to walk free after six years if he just admitted the murder, he maintained his innocence, spending 26 years inside until he was finally exonerated. This revealing documentary follows his attempt to fulfil his dream of fighting in a professional boxing match, at the age of 52.  The roller coaste ride of a documentary puts my challenges in perspective.  It shows the strength of will and the power inside each and every one of us.  

It is currently streaming on Netflix, or you can scope the YouTube video below.  

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