A film that chronicles the Seattle Seahawks’ Super Bowl championship season debuted for a VIP crowd on the big screen Monday at Seattle's Cinerama theater and will be available on DVD starting Tuesday.
The NFL Films presentation jams months of the Seahawks historic season and jams it into 73 minutes of visual splendor.
NFL Films says it has never shot more footage of a team than the Seahawks. That’s because the players were so willing to participate.
"Richard Sherman I think wore four wires. Russell Wilson wore a wire Pete Carroll wore a wire. Kam Chancellor. Earl Thomas. All these guys wearing mics. We get tremendous insight into who these guys are and why they're such a great team,” said Todd Schmidt with NFL Films.
Wide receiver Jermaine Kearse said he hasn’t watched the entire Super Bowl, but has seen his touchdown plenty of times.
"I've probably watched that at least 500 times. Is that bad for me to say that?” asked Kearse. “I just look at it and “I’m like, ‘Man. That was me. I did that.’”
Doug Baldwin says he’s watched his touchdown 501 times. He says the victory still hasn’t sunk in for him.
"I understand that we physically won the Super Bowl, but to put it in terms of emotional sense, I can't do it. I haven't been able to fathom it yet,” said Baldwin.
The film will give fans an insider’s look at the biggest plays and moments from the entire 2013 season.
"The amazing thing is everyone is coming to see this movie and they already know what the ending is,” said Carroll.
The movie is available on DVD and Blu-Ray on the Seahawks website and at the team Pro Shop.