Ronan O’Gara is a former Irish rugby union player, who played fly-half for both Ireland and Munster. Throughout his career he managed to collect 128 caps, making him Irelands second most-capped player behind Brian O’Driscoll (who has 133) and the sixth most-capped in rugby union history.
O’Gara has had quite the standout career having captained Munster, Ireland, and the British and Irish Lions, he also managed to win four Triple Crowns with Ireland and two Heineken Cups whilst playing for Munster.
This documentary was filmed over the course of O’Gara’s final four years playing rugby and provides an unflinching and at times brutally honest examination of his professional and personal life. In chronological order we witness a dramatic period for one of Ireland’s most compelling sporting stars; from losing his place as No 1o on the Irish squad to his decision to retire and move to France in order to coach Racing Métro 92, alongside former nemesis, Jonathan Sexton.