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(8391) 7.7 130 min 2019

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...

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

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Sport, Documentary
Director Asif Kapadia
Stars Claudia Villafañe, Diego Armando Maradona, Dalma Maradona, Pelé
Country UK
Also Known As ディエゴ・マラドーナ 二つの顔, Djego Maradona, Maradona, Ντιέγκο Μαραντόνα, Diego, 世紀球王馬拉度納
Runtime 2H 10M
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.

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Tuesday, 03 Nov 2020 06:45

I have no idea where to start with Diego Maradona. For me, he is one of the best footballers of all time. He certainly is. But I'm sure everyone can see that Maradona's natural talent for the game comes out from the very beginning. His father played at Barcelona and the man's admiration for his son inspired him to play professionally. The sporting gene is present throughout Maradona's family, and even his mother's side in Italy. The Maradona family moved from town to town, always leaving behind Maradona's mother (the daughter of a very wealthy man), and the Maradona brothers. They lived all the way from Milan to Naples, Italy. When they arrived in the south, they became part of the big Italian football club AC Milan. They became friends with the legendary striker of the club, Diego Maradona (son of Maradona himself), and the family brought him up as their own, and his brother played with them. Later, when the family moved to Argentina, they brought their brother to America, and became a legend for the American team. When they came back to Argentina, they became part of the famous Argentine club Sporting Club. They became great friends with one of the players, Maradona himself, and became the best. The Maradona brothers went on to become great players for other football teams in Argentina, but the one thing that can never be forgotten, is that the family was not on a stable basis. The brother Jose Maradona died of a heart attack when he was twenty years old, and his brother Marc played with him in the NBA. The story ends with the death of the younger brother, but the other brothers still played professionally in Argentina. They all made a career in coaching and were the best players at their local clubs. "Maradona's Family" is a very interesting documentary that reveals one of the greatest footballers of all time. It shows him at his best, and also his mistakes. At the same time, it shows how his family supported him and his career. I've seen the documentary on BBC, and it gave me a few very interesting ideas about this football legend.
Sunday, 01 Nov 2020 13:56

After being confirmed for the 1994 FIFA World Cup, Real Madrid team captain Diego Maradona was one of the many non-Americans who got to experience the high-flying campaign of their idol, and what he had to say about soccer, life and politics. By presenting the fascinating, and ultimately fulfilling life of a soccer legend, the film highlights some of the best moments and conversations from Maradona's career, some of which were previously unheard of or not talked about by other great soccer legends. Maradona describes his journey into being a soccer player, and how his love for the game and his decision to play for the Mexican national team is the catalyst for the great football career that will live on in history. Maradona spends the majority of his time in this film talking about his love for soccer, but he also discusses his love for women and his family, and the often difficult relationship he has with his mother and stepfather, who constantly rants at him about his love for the game. The film also provides an interesting look into Maradona's views about women and what it means to be a man. As a man, Maradona is clear about the need to be a man, and while he says that playing for the Mexican national team is a good thing, it doesn't fit his personality. The film also briefly touches on what it is like to be a famous football player, and the media attention that comes with it. Maradona's image is much more of a media image than a football player's, and he speaks about his image as being of interest to fans and the media, while also expressing his pride in his accomplishments. When Maradona talks about his image, it's clear that his thoughts are not just about being a football player. He discusses the need to be popular in Mexico, and how his fame helped his parents get together for dinner. This leads into his reaction to the countless hours of work that is required to be a top soccer player, and the frustration he felt when his shot was deflected and the goal was not scored. By the end of the film, Maradona was not just a soccer player, he was also a success story, and while many of the interviewees seem too passionate about the sport, the film is also sure to make anyone who loves football appreciate what it is to be a soccer player. Maradona became a soccer player by his love for soccer, and he later developed a passion for soccer after seeing the passion of the girls of his neighborhood, who do not play soccer and wear loin cloths. Maradona explains that soccer is not a sport for everyone, but he loves the game, and he enjoys watching it, and talks about how he enjoys watching soccer, but he does not play. By the end of the film, Maradona had become an ambassador for soccer, which he referred to as a "childhood passion". The film also discusses some of the difficulties that he had with the Mexican national team, and how his fans were disappointed in his career choices. Many of Maradona's fans felt that his lack of success as a player was due to the Mexican federation using the Mexican national team as a scapegoat for their failure in the

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