Matt Norman, nephew of Olympic silver medallist Peter Norman, directs this documentary about an iconic moment in the civil rights movement that took place at the 1968 Olympic games. Australian track athlete Peter Norman was standing on the winners' podium after the 200m final with United States athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos when they famously raised their black gloved fists in salute against the inequality and black poverty in their home country. The film focuses predominantly on the part played by Norman in the incident and the political furore that followed it.
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