Big Man is the story of Willie Harris (1941-2021), a Black man who grew up in Mississippi during Jim Crow, and moved on to become one of the leaders of the Black Stuntmen's Association (BSA) in Hollywood in the 1970s, fighting for inclusion in show business. Raised picking cotton on a plantation in Mississippi in the 1950s, his childhood sounds more like a tale from the 1850s. He played Division I college basketball, served in the U.S. Air Force, and as one of the leaders of the BSA he helped wage a battle against racism in Hollywood that changed the film industry. That’s a very inspiring life for someone whose greatest prospect as a young boy was to drive a tractor. He was battered, beaten, and broken, but never defeated, and he did it all with an infectious smile and generous humanity that makes you very thankful you got to know him.