Two-time Academy Award nominee Will Smith plays Christian Dr. Bennet Omalu in the film “Concussion,” which documents the relentless pursuit of the truth to reveal how football is causing long-term brain damage to players amidst backlash from the NFL.
The inspiring story of “Concussion” is about Omalu, the Nigerian-born forensic pathologist who made headline news after discovering how concussions affact the brain. The film is widely expected to be an Oscar contender and Omalu had nothing but praise for Smith.
“He spent time with me and he was very observant. And, in fact, he (Smith) had said what made him accept the role was meeting me,” Omalu told The Christian Post. “The spiritual stuff is deep. We met, we shared and we communed the love of God, and he also saw the light. The spirit of God also touched him.
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