this documentary again. it's still pretty fascinating, but these days I believe the whole "Montreal Screwjob" was a work. it is really weird to see Bret Hart looking so young and fit only 13 years ago, and knowing that Owen was still alive (apparently the new DVD has a doc on that as well, which I have not seen).
I find it hard to believe Vince McMahon was surprised by what would happen in Montreal, much less with a film crew that wasn't one of his there as well. he'd take Bret's punch for a storyline, which propelled the wwf out of the ratings tank it had been in for over a year.
it ends as Bret leaves for WCW, where he was pretty wasted. he should have been their version of Stone Cold Steve Austin, a lone wolf only out to get the title, beating faces and heels alike, instead of having him be a heel or a face, or flip-flopping constantly.
but what do I know?