The documentary is a revealing portrait of President Barack Obama: his parents and diverse childhood experiences in Hawaii, years as a community organizer in the South Side of Chicago, and milestone achievement as the first African American president of the Harvard Law Review.
The documentary highlights his marriage to wife Michelle and family life with their daughters, early political career, winning campaign to become a US Senator and his inspiring speech at the 2004 Democratic National Convention. Finally, the film chronicles his historic campaign to become the 44th President of the United States, culminating in his election night speech and inauguration.
The film features interviews and video with Barack and Michelle Obama, as well as those who have known him from his childhood to the those involved in his historic political career. It was filmed across the nation including Hawaii, Chicago and Washington, DC, and has an original music soundtrack with inspirational theme song Do You Believe.