by Tracks December 20, 2013 1 min read
Howard says the documentary, which delves into Fanning’s long rehabilitation from tearing his hamstring off the bone, will appeal to non-surfing fans.“It doesn’t matter if you’re not interested in surfing or in fact sport in general. This is a story about a man and what he has gone through.
“The surfing side is really irrelevant. It’s about an Australian man that has gone through hell and back to achieve the ultimate in his sport,” he said.