Muhammad Ali: Through the Eyes of the World

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‘Muhammad Ali: Through the Eyes of the World’ is a feature length documentary film tracing the life and career of Muhammad Ali through vintage footage and interviews with friends, family, fans, journalists and a few peculiar commentators, like Scottish comedian Billy Connolly.

It also includes interviews with celebrities like James earl Jones and Billy Crystal.

Muhammad Ali was an extraordinarily charming and charismatic man, who was so fiercely principled that he came on the verge of trading his career because of his religious beliefs.

He was active in politics too leading the Civil Rights movement, inspiring millions of people.

He was truly the greatest and the most compelling athlete of his century transcending beyond just boxing. He was an icon in the truest sense of the term!

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