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Anger Within: Jonah Lomu - A Rugby Legend

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Frédéric Khan & Stéphane Le Goff

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Plot Summary

Jonah Lomu is without a doubt the most famous rugby player of all time. His outstanding physique, his power, his speed, and determination helped revolutionise the game around the world. But Jonah is first of all a human being and one who has been shaped through rugby and its values. From the violence and poverty of southern Auckland to his glorious encounter with Nelson Mandela; from the glamour of international rugby to painful and lonely days of dialysis, Jonah reveals himself without reserve. With the testimonies of his friends, family and some of the rugby world's greatest champions, this film reveals the breath-taking path of Jonah's life.

Customer Reviews

Fantastic!

A must watch for anyone who loves the game of Rugby. Loved it from beginning to end.

Brilliant

a fabulous insight into the world of rugby its not just a game its a way of life!!!

Even Aussies'll like this.

A great insight into a truly remarkable man. Anger Within does a fine job capturing the incredible impact Jonah had on rugby and the modesty and humility he did it with. One of the few blokes that will go through life and actually make a difference. What a legend. And he wasn't even a flanker!
Well done. A top doco well worth watching.

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Anger Within: Jonah Lomu - A Rugby Legend
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  • $24.99
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Released: 2014

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