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Michael Cole almost 6 years ago
A well-made documentary, but I have a hard time getting interested for F1 racing.
John Morris 6 years ago
A gripping documentary that Captures the emotion, achievement and sadness of Senna's life.
Rosalio Galvan over 6 years ago
great documentary
Jim Barton over 6 years ago
Crank up the volume with the in race car footage. Love it!
Peter Renshaw 7 years ago
I'll never look at F1 racing the same again.
Ajmal Ntd over 7 years ago
Best documentary I have watched..Lucky to have these clippings & combined most suitably...
Iain MacLeod over 7 years ago
Brilliant!! Fantastic example of the genre. You don't need to like F1.
Jonathan Gibson over 7 years ago
Superb doc; captures the excitement of F1 as well as the complexity of the man himself.
Zac Chapman over 7 years ago
Fantastic documentary about a personal hero. Truly emotional. Knocker.
Matt Schoen over 7 years ago
A film about a great man. Tells the story of an F1 driver who was too good for the sport.
Renard Bansale over 7 years ago
A documentary that knows how to focus on its subject, even to the point of no interviews
Baird Brown almost 8 years ago
A great insight into a man's life regardless of whether you like racing or not.
Michael Hall almost 8 years ago
An excellent watch, rarely is a documentary as well scripted and truly dramatic as a film.
Rana Berden almost 8 years ago
Con este documental entendí el amor de tantos por el genio de Ayrton.
Brendan Keevers almost 8 years ago
If you have any remote interest in racing you should watch this. This is modern history.
Adam Gray almost 8 years ago
A Well mad story about Senna himself , rather than his racing career.
Jacqui Hocking almost 8 years ago
best doco in a long time - same editor from "Exit through the gift shop" ~ very cool.
Dillon Mccarthy almost 8 years ago
Dylan Clites 8 years ago
Decent story told in a perfect way. Like a really good ESPN special. Worth a view.
Nate McBean 8 years ago
I'm not a huge racing fan but this was a moving film. Great footage and very well told.
"The story of Ayrton Senna, perhaps the greatest race car driver who ever lived, is an epic tale that literally twists at every turn. In the mid 1980s, Senna, a young, gifted driver, exploded onto the world of Formula One racing. As a Brazilian in a predominantly European sport, a purist in a world polluted with backroom deals, and a man of faith in an arena filled with cynicism, Senna had to fight hard—both on and off the track. Facing titanic struggles, he conquered Formula One and became a global icon who was idolized in his home country. Told solely through the use of archival footage, Asif Kapadia’s documentary is a thrill ride worthy of its daring subject. Adrenaline will be pumping as cameras from inside Senna’s car put you smack-dab in the driver’s seat. Buckle your seat belt; Senna will take you on a trip you do not want to miss." Quoting the description from the 2011 Sundance Film Festival site.
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