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Up for Grabs

Up for Grabs ★★½ 2005

The story of the controversy over ownership of Barry Bonds's recordsetting homer is actually more interesting than all the hype leading up to the historymaking hit. Following the frenzied scramble for the ball, two men stepped forward into the spotlight—one with the ball and the other claiming he had caught the ball only to have it ripped from his hand in the ensuing struggle. Using news footage of the event as well as eyewitness accounts, documentarian Michael Wranovics shines a light on the absurd clash, which ends up with the two parties in court. 88m/C DVD . USD: Michael Wranovics; W: Michael Wranovics; C: Zack Richard, Josh Keppel.

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