The best and truest film on Muhammad Ali
1964 - Cassius Clay becomes heavyweight champion of the world: a date in sports history, and in the black power movement. The day after his victory, Clay reveals that he is a Black Muslim. He defies white America, and changes his name to Muhammad Ali.
1974 - Ali fights George Foreman for the championship at an incredible cultural event in Mobutu's Zaire. Ali reclaims the glory, his crown, and his legend.
And William Klein was the only one to film, in his inimitable style, this unique saga.