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Hope Gloves And Redemption (2003)
Starring: James Hanlon
Director: Gedeon Naudet, Jules Naudet
Category: Drama, Sports
Studio: Pathfinder Home Entertainment
77 mins



An ex-gang leader. The first woman boxing coach. Together, they shaped the futures of a thousand kids.

The true life story of former gang leader, Mickey Rosario, his wife, Negra, and their inspirational thirty year journey to help young men and women from New York's inner cities to overcome the temptations of drugs, gangs and crime and make something of themselves.

At age 15, Rosario, already a prominent gang leader in Spanish Harlem, was offered a choice: go to jail or join the army. After serving in the army, Rosario married the love of his life, Negra, and after his career as a professional boxer, the two recruited kids from the neighborhood and used the sport of amateur boxing and the physical and mental training and discipline it requires to turn their lives around the way he had his own.

Brothers Gedeon and Jules Naudet, of the acclaimed documentary "9/11", provide a first-hand insight of the Rosarios as they train promising young boxers for the biggest tournament in amateur boxing and for life itself.