In the North American Great Depression, the former successful boxer James Braddock loses all his possessions and savings with the crash of the stock market. His beloved wife Mae Braddock and their three children survive to starvation and lack of heating and the daily difficulties supported by their love. In 1934, when Jim's coach and manager Joe Gould offers to him a chance to return to boxing, he becomes the symbol of hope of hopeless people in a ruined nation.
I must admit that thanks to a skilful and insightful approach to the subject, while not falling into exaggerated pathos, a considerable revolution was made in the entertainment cinema. Pictures and scenography were pampered in the smallest details. The moon is moving downward on a path that is clearly like a dream, and many turns like many dreams. What's more, this is definitely the type of movie that you can watch several times and always see something new, interesting. Cinderella Man stand up to the test... Show more
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