The Bodybuilder and I
|The Bodybuilder and I|
|Directed by||Bryan Friedman|
|Produced by||Julia Rosenberg
|Written by||Bryan Friedman|
|Music by||Jim Guthrie|
|Edited by||Seth Poulin|
|Distributed by||January Films|
|Running time||92 minutes|
The Bodybuilder and I is a feature-length documentary film written and directed by Bryan Friedman, taking viewers on a journey into the subculture of geriatric bodybuilding as the filmmaker tries to reconnect with his father. The film is co-produced by January Films and the National Film Board of Canada.
59-year-old Bill Friedman is a competitive bodybuilder - a former world champ in the age 50-60 category, determined to win his title back. Documentary director Bryan Friedman is 26. Bill - Bryan's dad - hasn't been around since Bryan was a baby. In The Bodybuilder and I, Bryan chronicles his father's attempt to make it back to the top. In the process of making the film, the two men get to know one another and maybe begin to understand each other.
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