You really do see sides to these guys that you haven't thought of before.
It's easy to just see them as celebrities/footballers, forgetting they're actually people.
The story is told like they're a football version of the Beatles. Just 6 young lads playing football together
as kids that ended become the best team in the world.
Stories like how none of the England team spoke to Beckham after he was sent off in 1998 - except the class of 92
that stood by him. You can imagine, if he didn't have the support of these friends that he wouldn't have come back
like he did. Same with Phil Nevile after giving away the Penelope against Romania.
Although I hate Tony Blair, he was Prime Minister at the time, so I suppose his contribution is important.
It was also good to hear from Cantona again. Which, if you were a United fan in the 90s - he was your idol.
It's a really beautiful film, not like any football documentary you've seen before.