BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A couple years ago, two life-long Bills fans had an idea to create a film on the team's Super Bowl runs from the 1990's. That idea quickly turned into a star-studded documentary.
Peter Tasca and Phil Gangi put together "Almost a Dynasty: A Fan Story" to document how fans lived and died with that team.
"Having some of that celebratory spirit, heart that was behind that period in being a Bills fan, the greatest time in our lives, for most of us," said Tasca. "Kind of connects to where we all want to get back to, and where we all want to go."
DVD copies of the film are available at www.buffalobillsmovie.com as well as local Wegman's.
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