The film is about a young, middle-of-nowhere kid who is pushed to succeed in wrestling by a father who obviously lives vicariously through his son. But son has doubts -- he has trouble making weight (involving sweat-inducing clothes and puking up all his meals), the new kid at school is giving him shit, and his arty new girlfriend (she smokes, so we know she's artistic) has dreams beyond the world of athletics. In the end, will Leo stay with the sport or tell his dad to stick it?
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