Category: The legend of the greatest driver who ever lived.
No Fear. No Limits. No Equal.
Release Year: 2010
Languages: English, Portuguese
Director: Asif Kapadia
Sound: DTS, Dolby Digital
Writing by: Manish Pandey –
Produced by: Tim Bevan – producer
Liza Chasin – executive producer
Eric Fellner – producer
James Gay-Rees – producer
Victoria Gregory – line producer
Debra Hayward – executive producer
Kevin Macdonald – executive producer
Manish Pandey – executive producer
Cast: Ayrton Senna – Himself (archive footage)
Alain Prost – Himself
Frank Williams – Himself
Ron Dennis – Himself
Viviane Senna – Herself
Milton da Silva – Himself
Neide Senna – Herself
Jackie Stewart – Himself
Sid Watkins – Himself
Galvão Bueno – Himself
Reginaldo Leme – Himself
Music: Antonio Pinto
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A documentary on Brazilian Formula One racing driver Ayrton Senna, who won the F1 world championship three times before his death at age 34.
Plot: The story of the monumental life and tragic death of legendary Brazilian motor-racing Champion, Ayrton Senna. Spanning the decade from his arrival in Formula One in the mid 80's, the film follows Senna's struggles both on track against his nemesis, French World Champion Alain Prost, and off it, against the politics which infest the sport. Sublime, spiritual yet, on occasion, ruthless – Senna conquers and transcends Formula One to become a global superstar. Privately, he is humble, almost shy, and fiercely patriotic, donating millions to his native Brasil and contemplating a life beyond motor-racing. Yet he is struck down in his prime on the blackest weekend in the history of the sport, watched live on television by 300 million people. Years on he is revered in Formula One as the greatest motor racing driver of all time – and in Brasil as a Saint.
Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
At the end of the credits, there is an ad for Dwayne's tanning/prostitution parlor, Major Tan.
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- Despite a limited release it set a UK Box Office record for a documentary of Â£375,000 on its opening weekend.