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Documentary film making is all about timing. If the story is there, it’s a simple process of pressing record and editing it together. If the story isn’t there, there’s no hope for the film. Thankfully for filmmakers Daniel Lindsay and T.J. Martin, the timing couldn’t have been better when it came to making Undefeated.

What was supposed to simply be a piece on a O.C. Brown, a high school player with a Blindside-like story, developed into a story with a much wider scope, and thus a much greater impact.

In an age when it seems every sports story has been told and retold, it’s incredible that this film is able to provide such a meaningful emotional experience. The true reactions of the players at times are better than could be scripted, and Coach Courtney’s delivery of the news that a wealthy anonymous benefactor would »

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