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Of the hundreds of top-level football matches the man born Diego Armando Maradona played, one best reflects his polarising nature. His beloved Argentina's 1986 World Cup Quarter Final against England is memorable for two moments – one a piece of sublime ...
Asif Kapadia's Maradona opens on a boxy little fiat screeching through the ragged streets of Naples, July 1984. Interspersed with this journey, we see grainy footage of a boy of 10, maybe 11, doing juggling tricks with a soccer ball in Villa Fiorito ...
In Diego ... "Maradona" is the bullet-proof sporting hero he needed to invent to keep his sanity, performing in front of crowds of 60,000 each week and dealing with a rabid press. That he would find it impossible alternating between the two is a given, in ...
Diego Maradona (M): Documentary about the ups and downs in the life of 1980s Argentine soccer star both on and off the field ... Tokyo Ghoul S(CTC): In this Japanese film, a sequel to Tokyo Ghoul (2917), based on a manga series, college student Ken ...
That particular scene stayed with me long after I left the screening of Asif Kapadia's film "Diego Maradona." Kapadia says that if he had to choose a shot from the thousands he used to piece together this remarkable story, it would probably be this one.
Diego Maradona: Rebel, Hero, Hustler ... supported by a voice-over interview with his sister Maria Rosa. But the focus of the film is the soccer legend’s seven-year stint in Naples, where he led the underachieving club to victories in two Italian ...
A messianic narrative overwhelms this piece of cinematic art about Diego Maradona’s seven years in Naples. Take the epilogue. One of the never-ending journalists who prod Maradona with a microphone suggests he is “greater than the pope”. Diego shrugs ...