COMMENT: A feature-length drama special will bring Jonah Lomu's life to the small screen. But a disjointed script makes it hard to follow unless you already know the story, writes Anna Murray.

There are some things I don't think I'll ever get tired of watching. Englishman Mike Catt bouncing off Jonah Lomu like rugby roadkill during the 1995 Rugby World Cup semifinal is one of them.

It was the defining moment of Lomu's rugby career, which is why this very footage is used to open Three's upcoming two-part TV drama about his life.

Tracing Lomu's journey from a 14-year-old boy

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