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Adventure seeker, fighter, philosopher, writer and alcoholic died on September 8th, 2008 in the desert north of Brawley, California. He was on a quest to find buried treasure. "Treasure" does not necessarily refer to something material.
In early 1960s, an African American teenage girl looking for her real father and a disgraced journalist seeking closure find themselves drawn into a web of secrets revolving around L.A.'s most infamous cold case, the Black Dahlia murder.
Even for someone who doesn't follow MMA, this documentary proved to be entertaining and informative. They could not have picked two fighters more disparate than Shields and Beerbohm to follow. Their contrasting regimens and backgrounds were two different windows in the same house of MMA, and although it doesn't cover the entire spectrum of the sport, it represented the sport's unique culture and its affect on the fighters in a very honest way. The ending, not the happiest, but it was real, and relatable. A must-see for anyone who is a fan of MMA, but more importantly, to anyone who appreciates unrelenting dedication, passion, and hard-work. Does it pay off? As we learn in Fight Life, yes, but not always in money.
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