The film gives a behind-the-scenes look at the legendary goalkeeper's final season as a player, his juggling other responsibilities with the media, his role as a co-owner of USL Championship side Memphis 901 FC, as well as being a father and working in the community.
Howard, 40, wrapped up a distinguished career that lasted over 20 years this season. Starting with his local MetroStars in 1998, Howard became a high-profile transfer to Manchester United in 2003, before moving on to Premier League stalwart Everton and establishing himself as the starter there for nearly a decade. In 2016, Howard returned to MLS with the Rapids and made 100 regular-season appearances there to conclude his career. On the international front, Howard made 121 US national team appearances at senior level and started for his country in the 2009 Confederations Cup, and the 2010 and 2014 World Cups, among other tournaments.
Catch the full documentary, featuring plenty of footage of a year in Howard's life and interviews with some of the people closest to him, above.