Bobby Charlton (Self)
After confronting death deep below the Chilean desert, the 33 trapped miners were then thrust into the glare of the international media's spotlight. Invitations flooded in from around the world for guest appearances on TV shows and charity events, even from Sir Bobby Charlton. This film is a vivid and moving account of how three of the miners have coped with the pressures of fame. They may now be the toast of the world, but many of the miners suffer from the anxieties that come with recurring nightmares and some from post traumatic stress and addiction - all of which have an inevitable impact on their wives and families. This is the story of how these ordinary working men and their families are struggling with the pressures of sudden fame and wealth, whilst still coming to terms with the trauma of 70 days underground.