"That's why when somebody say, 'When you get to the NBA, don't forget about me,' and all that stuff. Well, I should've said to them, 'If I don't make it, don't you forget about me.'" When filmmakers Steve James and Frederick Marx set out to make a documentary about high school basketball that they hoped would be seen on PBS, they had no idea that it would become a three hour spectacle that inspired critics and audiences alike. Hoop Dreams (1994) isn't really about high school basketball, but about the lives of two students and their families as they climb the ladder with hopes of becoming NBA stars. Yes, those who enjoy basketball will not be disappointed, but there's more in this film that will make almost any viewer jump for joy or cry tears of frustration. Have a question or comment for the host? Email Sean at firstname.lastname@example.org, follow him on Twitter via @1001MoviesPC, and look for the podcast's Facebook page.