Just watched it, should be out that way in a few weeks or months. Ninety minutes of Tyson reviewing his circus life. It's actually pretty riveting. He's now 40 and fat. It's somewhat moving to see him reminisce about Cus D'Amato who took him in after a troubled childhood. He comes across as a lot more intelligent then he's seemed in the past I think. It's probably the most introspective 90 minutes I've ever sat through; the man spares himself no criticism with some brutally frank commentary. He blames himself for most of his problems. His bitterness at being convicted of rape comes out. To this day he maintains his innocence [paraphrasing]; "I've done a lot of bad things to women, but I did nothing to her". Whether you like him or not it's a fascinating film. I found myself feeling a bit of compassion for an older, wiser and humbled Mike Tyson. Definitely see it when it comes your way.