When a young high school football took a hit that paralyzed him on the field, his life turned to despair and loneliness until a chance moment brought him from the depths of hell to the joys of being a hero to all.
The compelling, heart-wrenching story of high school football star Chris Carnales, who's life was dramatically altered when he broke his neck in a football game leaving him paralyzed. Chris soon learned of others who suffered similar injuries and, with the help of his father, he overcame tremendous physical and emotional pain to start an organization with one goal in mind: get immediate help to other victims and their families. He called it Gridiron heroes. Written by
Executive Producer 'Peter Berg' and Writer/Director Andrew Lauer met as actors on a film they co-starred together in called Never on Tuesday (1989). They teamed up together again after a 25 year hiatus. See more »
This is the type of project that any filmmaker should be proud to work on. Great job to the crew for helping to bring light to such an important issue. Peter Berg and Andy Lauer make a dynamic team on this project by making the journey personal to the audience. If you liked "Friday Night Lights" you're going to love this project that shows the dark part of high school football. This is an emotional ride that will make you laugh and cry. You will see intelligent interviews by Al Michaels, Peter Berg, Jerry Jones, and others. Parents that have children playing high school football will be taken on an emotional ride. Please take a moment to check out this documentary. Thank you in advance for your time.
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