While a little long, the documentary provides an incredible degree of insight into the lives of Jack Robinson and other members of his family. Having such a high profile both inside and outside the African-American community, there are so many aspects of this incredible man's life that have only just recently been made known to the public by way of this documentary. As a lifelong fan of baseball who also happens to be African-American, I'm told that my grandfather cried when the Dodgers left Brooklyn (the place his family settled following their departure from the Jim Crow south) and cried, yet again, when Jack Robinson died (as it represented a huge loss to the Black community). Now, I completely understand the implications associated with that loss. I only wish my grandfather (who died in 2009) had lived long enough to see this well produced documentary of his all-time favorite baseball player.