The Dotted Line: Reaction to Tonight's Film
“The Dotted Line” aired tonight, October 11th on ESPN at 8 p.m.
The documentary featured agents going about their business, and doing what it takes to get their clients into the NFL combine and eventually drafted into the NFL.
The featured agent, Eugene Lee, shows us how difficult it is to get clients (and keep them) throughout the process. There are long, coast to coast trips that often result in zero return, and hours of passing out palm cards and talking to people that have no interest in what you are saying.
As far as the film goes, Morgan Spurlock, director and producer, did a good job of keeping the film under and hour, while also getting every key issue covered.
It was an intriguing film about a profession that we see all the time but truly know little about. It was a great concept and a well-executed piece.
ESPN stuck gold again with their film series. I officially never want to be an agent, but I think that’s ok.
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