"1937" is a carefully woven narrative featuring a motley crew of young men who were freed from the throttling political narrative in South Africa by a marathon five-month tour.
A tour which allowed this unlikely collection of farmers; teachers; miners and students, to express themselves both as rugby players and as human beings.
They did so famously and in the process, they captured the imagination of a generation of New Zealanders.
This is not just some rugby story.
Instead, this is a celebration of the value system underpinning rugby and a powerful reminder of what is truly important in life and legacy.