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Diego Maradona film entertains but leaves us wanting more
Asif Kapadia’s trilogy of documenting child geniuses and fame comes to an end with Diego Maradona. The film focuses on the Argentinian’s Napoli years and does an excellent job chronicling Maradona’s tumultuous time in Italy.
The Academy Award-winning director stated in June he initially thought about making a movie about the mercurial icon around 1998-99 when he was reading a book about him. But it wasn’t until he completed his documentaries on Brazilian Formula One legend Ayrton Senna and British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse that the idea of making a film on the Villa Fiorito native entered his mind again.
“So this kind of project came and went and came and went a few times, and by the time it came around again post-Amy, it was like, well I’ve made these two films about these two brilliant geniuses who died really young, so if I going to do a third one it needs to be different, and actually, what happens when you get old? What happens when you lose the gift you had, you lose your talents, you have to deal with some of the mistakes you’ve made in your life? How do you deal with growing up?” Kapadia said to The Independent.
Over 500 hours of never seen before footage from Maradona’s personal archives were at the disposal of the Honorary Associate of London Film School. Kapadia also had a team of resear
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