The Last Dance on Netflix has only recently concluded
and is already touted as one of the most comprehensive documentaries of all
time. At first glance, the glossy docu-series is about the the final championship
season of the Chicago Bulls in 1997/1998, but crucially - like all good documentaries - it transcends the subject matter.
This ten-part series goes far deeper than the
sport of basketball, celebrating the career of one of sports most iconic
figures in Michael Jordan, his teammates Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman, as
well as head coach Phil Jackson. The ten episodes unveil humble upbringings,
personal tragedies and fierce conflicts that will resonate with many
viewers, basketball fan or not.
Told by the people who were there, The Last Dance showcases one of the most iconic and dominating dynasties
of all time and with never before seen, candid footage, this is a peak behind the curtain
like never before.
A mesmerising story that supports the sport of basketball
with heritage, destiny and cultural phenomena, it's an absolute must-watch. And here's why...