Even though apartheid had recently been overthrown in 1994, racial tension still ran high when the Rugby World Cup came to South Africa in 1995. South African teams had always been banned from international competition, but things changed when president Nelson Mandela saw an opportunity to achieve unity through sport. Morgan Freeman narrates this stirring documentary that details Mandela's shattering of barriers and the South African Springboks upsetting New Zealand to win the title. 51 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; interviews.