A fairly dull, low-budget Canadian film that details the life and struggles of Fr. Athol Murray (Peacocke), the controversial priest who founded the College of Notre Dame in Saskatchewan. Peacocke, described as a drinking, chain- smoking, opinionated man, believed that a combination of
tough education and athletics was what the boys of his college needed to succeed in life. The film details the rise of the school from a shambles to a modern, respectable college. Typical material (despite its authenticity) that has been done better elsewhere.