NEW YORK — For a story about a football team that has not won a Super Bowl since 1992, “Super Bowl of Emotions” is probably more accurate than you might expect.
For decades, football has been one of the sport’s defining moments.
And yet, the game is not widely known outside the sports world.
That may be changing, thanks to a new documentary, “The Super Bowl: A Story,” airing Monday on HBO.
The documentary, directed by Josh Zumwalt, is a true-to-life look at the life of the iconic game, which is set to return to New York City on Sunday night.
It is the first-ever documentary about the game that examines the culture of the game, its history and its future.
The story of the football world is one that is rooted in sports and is deeply rooted in New York.
In the documentary, the sports industry is shown as a melting pot of people from across the country and across the world.
It follows the football community from its humble beginnings as a team of friends to its iconic, multi-billion-dollar stadium and the sport that has become synonymous with it.
The film also tells the story of a young woman who took her love of the art of football to the next level by playing for the New York Jets, which became the NFL’s dominant franchise in the late 1980s.
While the film focuses on the athletes and fans, Zumfalt says the stories of the people behind the game are equally important.
The documentary follows the lives of former players who were born after the game began and who continue to have a part in the fabric of the sports landscape.
“This is the story we’re telling, and it is the only story we know,” Zumflats said in a telephone interview.
“And I think it’s really important for the football and American sports world to get to know each other.
That’s a lot more fun than trying to find out who was the greatest player of all time or who was a Hall of Famer or the best player of a team in the history of the league.””
The Superbowl” was made by Emmy award-winning filmmaker Laura Bumiller and producer Sarah O’Connell.
The original production is produced by Michael Green (who also wrote the screenplay) and Amy Heckerling (who plays the football player).
The film’s production team includes producers from the Sundance Institute, the production company of the HBO docuseries “Behind the Scenes.”
The film is also produced by The People v.
O.J. Simpson Foundation, a non-profit organization that works to improve the lives and lives of people impacted by police brutality and other forms of violence in the United States.
“The documentary captures the passion, the camaraderie, the sense of camarades,” said Zumwalts co-founder, Amy Lederberg, who also directed “The Game,” “The Great Gatsby,” “Saw,” “I Saw the Light” and “The Theory of Everything.”
“It’s the story that people know.”
In addition to focusing on the lives behind the football, the film is full of behind-the-scenes stories, including an interview with the former NFL player who plays for the Jets, who says he was never offered a job as a player and was told to go play college football.
“That’s a real thing that happens in the NFL,” said the player, who asked not to be identified.
“They told you to go get a job at the end of your high school career and get into the NFL, but they never really offered you a job in the league.
And the only job that they ever offered you was as a cheerleader.”
The Jets have long had a history of racism in the game.
In 2016, the team announced that it would host an African-American NFL team, the Jacksonville Jaguars, in 2020.
The film also explores the history and impact of the National Anthem.
It examines how the game has evolved over the years, focusing on players, coaches and fans who have worn the flag in protest of racial injustice and oppression.
“There’s a history and a lot of tradition in the sport of the Super Bowl, and you can tell that history is a powerful force for change,” said Lederberger.
The New York Giants beat the Philadelphia Eagles 30-13 in Super Bowl XXXVI in 1991.
This is the last time the Giants won a title.
This story originally appeared on NBCNews.com.