Documentary following three families each coping with a child affected by serious emotional or mental illness. The families explore treatment opportunities and grapple with the struggle of living with their child's condition.
I can't believe the low star rating... I binged this on a 4 hour flight and found it fascinating. And i'm not into tennis or sport in general. It works from a fly on the wall of a celebrity angle, a comeback-kid sports angle and a working mother refinding herself angle (as a mother I guess this appealed the most to me).
It's super real with footage of her breastfeeding, pumping, struggling to lose baby weight and getting her c section wound tended to. There was obviously a conscious decision to go worts and all on motherhood!
But hearing the tough love from her coach on camera is probably the part that surprised me the most in it's honesty. You don't normally get to see two egos jostling like that (what is obviously happening under the surface behind pre/post game press conferences). It's beautifully shot and scored too.
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