USA, 2009, 113 Minute Running Time
Director Zachary Levy IN-PERSON
Winner! Grand Jury Prize - Best Documentary - Slamdance 2009
"A phenomenal film...profoundly touching and honest...the debut of a new important American documentary filmmaker." —Ramin Bahrani, director (Goodbye Solo, Chop Shop)
Digital presentation - STRONGMAN is a cinema verité documentary about Stanless Steel, The Strongest Man in the World at Bending Steel and Metal.
Told with the kind of intimacy that can only be achieved with years of filming, STRONGMAN follows the dreams and heartbreaking humanity of Stanless Steel—the only man alive who can bend a penny with his fingers—as he struggles to gain control of a world that seems constantly out of his grasp.
STRONGMAN is a film about faith, about believing in yourself and a film about never giving up. It is a film about weakness and a film about strength.
About Director Zachary Levy:
Zachary Levy has been a country music disc jockey, a patented inventor, a cameraman for Oprah and 60 Minutes, and is the creator of the best-selling Bush Cards.
He is a graduate of Columbia University. STRONGMAN is his first feature film.
DIRECTOR: Zachary Levy
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