Unfinished Business chronicles Greg Horvath's pursuit of his seemingly impossible dream of playing college football at the age of 38!

"What began as a 38 year old recovering alcoholic and high-school drop-out's life-long dream to go to college and play college football, has become one of the most inspiring real life stories of perseverance, forgiveness and following your heart" - New York International Independent Film Festival

"A remarkable story or one man's yearning to fulfill a 20 year old dream before it's too late" - CBS Sports Journal

"It's an inspiring and touching look at never giving up on your dreams" - Toronto Star

Greg Horvath had always dreamed of one day going to college and playing college football. But unable to cope with the effects of a devastating childhood, he turned to alcohol, dropped out of high school and missed his opportunity, decisions that haunted him for years.

Despite turning his life around in 1990 and establishing an award winning career in real estate, Greg still felt that he had never shed the mistakes of his past. In 1999, after years of planning and training, Greg took a leap of faith and pursued his seemingly impossible childhood dream.

Unbelievably, at age 38, Greg Horvath was accepted at Saddleback College in California and given an opportunity to try out for the football team. Not only did he make the team, but he was named “Most Inspirational Player”. Greg was also placed on the President’s Honor List for maintaining a 4.0 GPA. It was a dream come true! Greg’s story was so inspirational that it was aired nationally in Canada, and was considered for a Gemini Award.