- 90 min
- Directed by: James Toback
- Written by: James Toback
Formidable filmmaker Toback gives disgraced boxer Tyson, who continues to have run-ins with the law, free reign to talk subjectively and without contradictory evidence about his career. Knockout punches are delivered by Toback's incredible access, supreme editing choices and ability to let Tyson talk himself into a cul-de-sac - a winner of a documentary.
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Reviews & features
Tyson19 Mar 2009
James Toback’s friendship with Mike Tyson first surfaced publicly when in 1999 the former heavyweight champion of the world made an unintentionally hilarious cameo in the director’s 1999 race drama Black and White. This appearance came a long time after…
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