Thursday, April 21, 2011

Tribeca Film Festival 2011: Klitschko

"The most intelligent heavyweights ever," theorizes one talking head in Sebastian Dehnhardt's “Klitschko,” the title an infamous surname in the world of boxing that conjures up a double threat. Dehnhardt's doc is an up-close-and-personal study of the Ukrainian brothers Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko via an abundance of archival footage melded with candid interviews with their mother and father, their trainers, and the recognizable fighters they faced, and the six-foot-six heavyweight boxing champions of the world themselves.

To read the rest of my review visit Slant Magazine.

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