Harvard Beats Yale 29-29

film maker Kevin Rafferty takes audiences to 1968 to see a more mythical college football match and also match individuals involved, inter-weaving actual grid-iron footage with all the players’ own expressions. The titles could be recognizable (Tommy Lee Jones and friends of both Al Gore and George W. Bush are just one of the interviewees), but their own perspectives on the match’s place at the tumultuous history of this 1960s faculty spectacle add an unexpected dimension.

Duration: 105 min


IMDb: 7.2