This is not exactly the most technically proficient documentary, but its topic and subjects are very interesting, and as a whole I found the film to be quite fascinating. Basically, this is about a race that goes for 130 miles, over 60 hours, and was inspired by a prison break. It is designed for elite long distance runners, those who have been extremely successful in the past, to fail. It's extremely grass roots and niche, which makes it an interesting topic to document. The people that do this race go through hell, so of course there is a bit of a Jackass reason to watch this, though all you really see is their beat up legs (which is gnarly). Another reason to watch this is to see how far human will and endurance can take you, and to realize how lazy you are.