is the story of a sports agent who is brought to a point of crisis in his life when he chooses to be honourable. The film follows his comedic journey to redemption through an unlikely alliance with a young female accountant and the least-important client on his once-full roster.
Modern romantic comedy is rarely as inventive as writer-director Cameron Crowe's 1996 portrait of contemporary life. Noted for his immensely readable screenplays, with this film Crowe further strengthened his reputation as one of our most valuable and humorous social observers. This volume also includes Cameron Crowe's witty account of the making of the film and Jerry Maguire's twenty-two page Mission Statement, referred to throughout the film, and penned prior to production by the writer-director.