Of the multitudes of movies that I caught over the weekend at the Wisconsin Film Festival, there is one that Green Bay Packer fans must see.
Last Day At Lambeau is a documentary that chronicles the divorce between the Packers and Brett Favre. It is a great example of how to make a successful doc.
I won't spoil whether the film takes sides, but even without a new actual interview with Brett Favre, the filmmakers do manage to provide several perspectives on the situation. There is still a unsettled feeling amongst fans about what went down, and this film cuts to the heart of that feeling.
There is also an important focus on the fan perspective of the breakup, something that was missing while it was actually happening. The Packer adoration is enough for any fan or semi-fan to enjoy, but it's not that easy to see it.
Last Day At Lambeau has only been screened at the WI. Film Fest so far. Wisconsin Public Television is working on picking the film up, but hasn't been successful yet. They say there has to be a demand for it, so I highly suggest you contact them and make a request. This one is of NFL films caliber, and is if anything, a good recount of how great things were.