Davis Miller-skinny school kid with an Ali fixation becomes a struggling writer who meets the Greatest and does a magazine feature on him. Miller links the two events and in doing so effectively pays a very special, lifelong homage to Ali. What could have been really cringe worthy - 'I really love you, Muhammad' - is anything but. An intelligent and affecting take on hero worship and friendship. Let's face it, everyone has a hero somewhere, right!
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