"A work of empowerment and empathy." - Tomris Laffly, AV Club

"Its poignancy and humor is amplified by its canny decision to let Fox tell his own tale." - Nick Schager, The Daily Beast

Michael J. Fox was a small-in-stature, unknown Canadian teenager who chased roles for years before landing the part of Alex P. Keaton on the sitcom Family Ties and then Marty McFly in the BACK TO THE FUTURE trilogy. His fame was on the rise when, at age 29, he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. In this captivating and candid portrait, Guggenheim (AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH) intimately chronicles Fox’s life—from his early stardom to his optimistic approach to an incurable disease.

Awards & Nominations

Official Selection - Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, Doc10
Winner - Hope Award, SXSW

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