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Diego Maradona is a movie starring Pelé, Diego Armando Maradona, and Claudia Villafañe. Constructed from over 500 hours of never-before-seen footage, this documentary centers on the career of celebrated football player Diego Armando...

Genres
Sport, Biography, Documentary
Director
Asif Kapadia
Starring
Pelé, Diego Armando Maradona, Dalma Maradona, Claudia Villafañe

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Product details

Genres Sport, Biography, Documentary
Director Asif Kapadia
Stars Pelé, Diego Armando Maradona, Dalma Maradona, Claudia Villafañe
Country UK
Also Known As Diego, 世紀球王馬拉度納, Ντιέγκο Μαραντόνα, Djego Maradona, ディエゴ・マラドーナ 二つの顔, Maradona
Runtime 2 h 10 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Constructed from over 500 hours of never-before-seen footage, this documentary centers on the career of celebrated football player Diego Armando Maradona, who played for S.S.C. Napoli in the 1980s.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 02 Dec 2020 19:55

I wasn't really expecting much of this documentary, which is what I like about documentaries - they aren't always based on facts but more on fiction. But this documentary is so much more than a documentary. It is a sort of reportage. A documentary about the life and work of legendary footballer, Diego Maradona, who was the best player in Argentina. It's an interesting insight into a man that has been so revered by his country and by many of his countrymen. As well as the documentary is of Maradona's private life, there is also a great deal of interviews with his family members and other people close to him. You also get to see him in person, and it is a pleasure to see his wife, Ana, who made the documentary. At the same time you get to see footage of his childhood and the different places where he lived during his career. And, of course, there is footage of his achievements. The film is rather quiet in terms of the amount of interviews that it is able to have, but it does have a certain intensity about it. And it is a great documentary. It is very interesting in terms of what Maradona's family was like, and in terms of the different places he lived during his career. The documentary is a very interesting look at a man who has been so revered by his country and his countrymen, and it is fascinating to see the way he has shaped his image. I don't think that the film is entirely accurate, but it is an interesting look at a man that has been so admired by so many people. It is a shame that it has never been released on DVD. I am a big fan of Maradona and I was really looking forward to this documentary. I found it to be a great documentary, and I recommend that you see it.
Tuesday, 03 Nov 2020 03:03

In fact, "Courage is a virtue" is the motto of the "Courage Foundation" in which Diego Maradona (who has been a recipient of the "Courage Award" in the past) gives his reflections in this documentary. The film is based on the original interview with Maradona by Pascual Guillen, the director of "Courage". In addition, there is an "interview" with actor Antonio Banderas, the former captain of the "Galicia-Liga" and now president of the "Sociedad Deportiva" of the Spanish Football Federation. They speak about the "Courage" award, and how it has helped Maradona to overcome the problems of his life (his fight with cancer, etc.). The documentary is very interesting and makes for an interesting viewing. Although I thought that Maradona was a good character, the documentary made me think of him as a man of questionable values. As a sports icon, he is a passionate player, but as a person, he seems to have no real principles. As the former captain of the Spanish national football team, he is an unabashed "S.M.P." (soccer maverick). As a supporter of the "Galicia-Liga", he is an extreme sports fan. As a person, he is quite a dull man, and not the kind of person you would want to have in your house. The documentary gives a clear insight into his personal life, and makes the viewer feel like he is right there with him. There are many "uncomfortable" moments that remind you of his early years as a young man, and the problem of how his family and friends view his involvement in the "Galicia-Liga". Nevertheless, he is a very interesting character, and I would recommend this documentary. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "Courage is a Virtue"
Tuesday, 15 Sep 2020 18:00

The man who helped win the World Cup for Argentina in 1982 is at it again. Luis Suarez is the star of this documentary, and is a fascinating person. As he puts it, "I never played football. I only wanted to be the best". He was a gifted player, and in his time was one of the best in the world. He was also a notorious "sex machine", having a "thing" with every girl he met, and eventually seduced a number of them. His exploits were documented, and we see footage of him and his teammates in action. We also see footage of him doing interviews, and get to hear him speak. It's a fascinating and enlightening documentary. Suarez also talks about his childhood, and what made him who he is. The film does give you an idea of what football is like, and the differences between South America and Europe. Suarez also talks about his career in football, and how he got where he is. As he says, he could have been one of the best players in the world, but he wanted to be the best, and he played football for the love of it. He talks about his later career, and he's still playing football. We see footage of him playing in the World Cup, and even get to see footage of him playing in a training session. In all, this is a very interesting documentary. But one problem I had with it is that he only talks about the 1982 World Cup. It gives you the impression that he was a star, but he never mentions the 1987 World Cup, which was also a big achievement. Other highlights include the interviews he gave in Brazil, and his school days. I think that this is a fascinating documentary. And it's also very informative, and gives you an idea of what football is all about. But the film is very slow, and you get used to the boring bits. But it's still very interesting. 8/10
Thursday, 10 Sep 2020 16:31

I first saw this film at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's Fall/Winter 2004 screening. This film had many interesting aspects to it, and it is also one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. The story revolves around Maradona's decline from his greatest talent to the seemingly-impossible-to-be-gained status of a just-above-average player. The film covers both the highs and lows of his career, and is very entertaining to watch. However, the film is not for everyone. It is very graphic, and it is very sad. Some people might not like this film, because of the nature of the subject matter. I think that the film is very good because it focuses on Maradona's career, and does not try to tell the story of his personal life. The film also does a very good job of telling the story of his struggles with drugs, alcoholism, and being labeled as a failure. I think that the director did an excellent job of portraying his struggles, and it is very important that he did. The director also did an excellent job of showing the negative aspects of his life, and how he did not see himself as a failure. He did not want to be known as a failure, and that is the main reason that he did not want to be recognized for his accomplishments. I also think that the film does a very good job of showing the different sides of the football-mad country, and also shows the negative side of the country. This is a very important film, and I think that it is very important to see.


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