Director Barry Levinson examines the bitter departure of the Baltimore Colts from the town that loved the team through the eyes of their marching band. The decision to relocate the franchise in 1983 left the city heartbroken, but its spirit persevered in the members of the band, who continued to play in Baltimore through the years. Interviews and archival footage illustrate the relationship between community and sports, and how the band served as musical ambassadors for Baltimore. 54 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; bonus footage; interviews.