Remember the adorable Make-A-Wish recipient Miles Scott who wanted to be Batkid and ended up having the whole city of San Francisco rally around his dream? Now, his whole day of saving the city as Batman’s sidekick has been put together into a short behind-the-scenes movie, giving more details about that special day.

Boys Batman Wish

Miles Scott, dressed as Batkid, right, walks with Batman before saving a damsel in distress in San Francisco, Friday, Nov. 15, 2013. San Francisco turned into Gotham City on Friday, as city officials helped fulfill Scott’s wish to be “Batkid.”†Scott, a leukemia patient from Tulelake in far Northern California, was called into service on Friday morning by San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr to help fight crime, The Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation says. (AP/Jeff Chiu)

“Gotham City needs you Batman. This is Police Chief Greg Surh only hoping you can hear my voice,” Surh said dramatically in the movie.

“You have to call me. It’s urgent. Please, cape crusader, we need you, and bring the Batkid,” Surh continued with a knowing wink to the 5-year-old.

Saving a damsel in distress, stopping a robbery and battling the Penguin, Batman and Batkid tackled them all.

“Good job, Batkid,” Batman said.

“We’ve done it again,” Batkid responded.

Boys Batman Wish

Miles Scott, dressed as Batkid, right, runs with Batman after saving a damsel in distress in San Francisco, Friday, Nov. 15, 2013. San Francisco turned into Gotham City on Friday, as city officials helped fulfill Scott’s wish to be “Batkid.” Scott, a leukemia patient from Tulelake in far Northern California, was called into service on Friday morning by San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr to help fight crime, The Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation says. (AP/Jeff Chiu)

Watch the video about Scott’s day:

Scott was treated by Make-A-Wish after he entered remission from leukemia, which he was diagnosed with at 18 months.

Though the day was all about Scott, a Make-a-Wish official said in the video that it’s “also about a city.”

“It’s about people who love and people who want to do good, and I couldn’t be any happier that all the news medias are covering what people have made popular,” she continued.

Read more about Scott’s Make-a-Wish dream on the Greater Bay Area’s foundation website.

(H/T: Gizmodo)