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|Actor||Ayrton Senna, Alain Prost, Frank Williams|
|Producer||James Gay-Rees, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner|
|Manufacturer||Reliance Home Video|
|Video Encoding||Region 5|
This documentary is a very poignant melodrama which portrays the philosophical side of Senna. His belief in GOD and the blatant politics in F1 is brilliantly portrayed. The see-saw battles he had with Prost are riveting. But perhaps the most touching aspect of the documentary are his facial close-up shots just before the San Marino, Imola GP. They clearly indicate that he was very confused and maybe his psychic ability was already knocking at the doors of the death altar. Despite a lot of content value, I will give it 4 stars only since most of the footage dates back to the 80s and early 90s and hence not much value in buying a blu-ray disc. Most of the theatrical version is 480p or even lesser resolution and hence I strongly recommend all to go in for the DVD version which would be less than half the price of the blu-ray disc.
The story of the greatest rivalry in the history of F1 was marvelously detailed in this movie. Senna was undeniably one of the greatest drivers on the racing track, but perhaps not so much in the politics of the sport. The movie, which is a docu-drama had given viewers a rare insight into the man and the situation he was in. The producers had brilliantly left out any biasedness regarding the rivalry but managed to portray the man as a true sporting hero who lived and died while doing something he truly loved.
An outstanding effort by Asif Kapadia and his team to bring alive the memories and the illustrious career of the greatest racing driver ever. The movie outlines all facets of Senna, including the Senna Vs Prost saga, which is the greatest sporting rivalry ever. Its gripping from the word go, a must have for any F-1 enthusiast.
If your a formula one fan, or want to become one, this movie will surely satisfy your qualms.
Senna's character is portrayed beautifully. his zest for competing, humour and charisma shine in this movie.
The movie is made from live footage of f1 during senna's reign. this makes this movie truly special.
A must see.
If you are a F1 buff, this movie is the holy grail. The politics of the sport and the struggle which we cannot see in the races telecast are shown. His struggle with the FIA and team owners is portrayed very well. The end actually makes you very emotional.