Do you like magic shows? I do enjoy a good trick ocasionally, and one day I was watching one of the videos of Penn and Teller show, and the guy there was pretty goddamn amazing. So, turns up, he really is damn good, and he got his own life-story movie documentary.
So, there you go. Pretty much all you need to know is in the trailer. The guy himself is amazing. More amazing that any person on this site, for sure, and actually more amazing than most people out there. And he does cards. And he struggles with disability that would have stopped any other person from doing what he did.
Now, the movie itself isn't really about any specific events, or history. It's about this one guy, who he is, what he does, how he lived and lives his life. It may not be for anyone, and there is also obvious big emphasis on the disability itself, so if you are going into this movie to see mostly card tricks... well, no, there are some, but you won't see much of it. If you want to know about that guy, then it's a movie for you.
I'd recommend this for any fans of magic shows, and for all who like stories of overcoming personal limitations.