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Diego Maradona

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...

Other Titles
Diego, ディエゴ・マラドーナ 二つの顔, Maradona, Ντιέγκο Μαραντόνα, 世紀球王馬拉度納, Djego Maradona
Running Time
2 hours 10 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Sport, Biography, Documentary
Asif Kapadia
Pelé, Claudia Villafañe, Diego Armando Maradona, Dalma Maradona
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

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.

Comments about sport «Diego Maradona» (25)

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Tyler Sullivan

Gymnast A.M. Bernal's documentary about legendary Argentine sports figure and FIFA world record holder Diego Maradona is a marvelous tale of how a player-turned-actor helped change the face of football in Argentina in the mid-80's. Mentioning not just the natural talents of Maradona, but also his love for his country, his family, and his goal to be the best in his sport (which he achieved by the age of 27), this film does a good job of capturing the passion, the zest, and the passion for football as seen by the greatest ever football player in the history of the sport. It also offers insight into the hard-driving behavior of some of Maradona's fellow athletes and the rest of the football world at that time. A must-see for anyone with an interest in football.

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Carol S.

I thought I'd never see a documentary about the world cup final in 2010. Maybe I'm not big on football, but I knew I wouldn't want to see it because of the amount of money involved. I'd never heard of the game before this movie was released. I've heard it was supposed to be an old fashioned, gritty, depressing movie. So I thought this might be the type of movie I was going to hate. I didn't hate it. In fact, it made me want to see it more. It made me realize how much these events mean to me. I love football and I've been to the World Cup many times. I knew how the players were going to perform. I didn't know how I was going to feel. And I don't regret the time I had to spend in between. I left the theater feeling inspired. I felt like I learned a lot about soccer and all the people who contribute to it. But that's not all. I was completely inspired by this movie. It made me understand the whole spirit of the World Cup. It made me realize that even the smallest and smallest events are much more important than the biggest or the biggest. I think this movie should be shown more often. It's well done and well written. And I'm definitely going to watch it again. I'm excited to see how the World Cup will be. My favorite scene is when the head coach gets fired, and the players are fired off the bus. I've been to World Cups before. But this is something I never expected. I was about to get angry or get scared. I was so excited about how it was going to end. I was so proud of the players and of the fans. I was also so proud of the coaches. This is a story about the world cup final that I didn't know. I thought I'd never see it, but I'm glad I saw it. I think it's a good thing that it's been shown a lot. Hopefully people will see it. I've learned a lot about soccer and a lot about life. I hope this movie will be shown more than once.

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The story is a lot of things. Juan Maradona is a tennis star. The story is about his childhood, his interest in women, and his success in the world of football. His life was very different to that of the average American. He was a big soccer fan, he played the game of tennis, he participated in sports and he was proud to be part of a country that had produced some great sports heroes. This documentary is told through his son, his friends, and his friends' friends. In short, this film shows us the lives of a bunch of people. In the end, we can learn something about the people in the film. This is why this film is great.

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Brian Silva

This documentary chronicles the rise and fall of legendary soccer player Diego Maradona, and his relationship with his family and the people around him. It also examines the complex relationship between his soccer fans and the rest of the world. The filmmaker focuses on the athletes of the world's most popular sport, focusing on some of the most famous soccer players of the world, including soccer's biggest names, such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, and Diego Maradona. As the story progresses, we see some of the incredible sports feats that Maradona performed and to watch his rise to prominence in this sport and his love for his family and his homeland. Through interviews with his friends and family members, we see the real story of how Diego Maradona came to be. As the story progresses, we learn about the pressure that he had to live up to the expectations of his fans and the potential to become one of the greatest soccer players of all time. This documentary documents all of the work that he had to do in order to be recognized as the greatest soccer player of all time. As the story continues, we see the actual interviews with his friends and family members, as well as the history of soccer in Argentina, the FIFA World Cup, and soccer in general in Latin America, where Maradona grew up. As the documentary progresses, we also learn about Maradona's connection to the people around him. The interviews and video clips of his real life show his family, friends, and people around him as they talk about their feelings towards the great soccer player, and his rise and fall from his youth. This documentary is very well done, and is definitely an important documentary. It will definitely help people appreciate the sport of soccer and what it has given to the world. Maradona was a man of the people and his place in history is important for every generation.

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Bruce F.

I loved this documentary. It was not the last time we are going to see a documentary about the most unbelievable thing imaginable, the flight of a player of the world football team (UNBELIEVABLE!) towards the end of his career. But it was a very emotional documentary, that will make you cry. The interview is wonderful, very personal and touching. It's a shame that some of the scenes of the interview are not that much important, and that some of the documentaries are not as well edited. But, other than that, it is a very beautiful documentary. A must-see!

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I saw this documentary and was pleasantly surprised. The main topic is that while some of the most recognizable players in the game are now old and dying, some of the biggest stars in soccer are still out there training. The fact that most of them have been in the game longer than any of the players at this point is undeniable. There are some good stories about the players and their lives, and some that are worth sharing about the pros and cons of soccer (I don't like to talk about the pros, but they were a good story). Some of the big stars who have faded away, but have been around for decades, include Diego Maradona, Pele, Franz Beckenbauer, and Franz Beckenbauer himself, all of whom have stayed in the game and have become the biggest names. I especially liked the story about the current Mexican player, Carlos "Pele" Ramirez. He was a young child when Pele was drafted by the USMNT. He was a good athlete at the time, but has not been the same since. I can't wait to see his career continue. My favorite player is the Argentine Pele, who is still going strong. Overall, a great documentary about a great sport.

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Samuel D.

This film is one of the best documentaries of all time. When you get to see the film, you will have a huge admiration for the man and the art. And the second time you see it, you'll be thinking about it for days. Every minute of the film is full of joy, happiness, misery, ecstasy and despair. There's a feeling that you're watching yourself. After all, this is a man, who, in the 1960's, was mostly known for being a team player. One day, he decided to give his all, and do something that he believed in. And to me, that's how he had given his all.

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Stephen Nguyen

This documentary tells the story of a sports star's life after his stroke. This film is very enjoyable. It tells the story of one man's life after his stroke, the man's life that he has lost. It was difficult to tell the story of Diego Maradona's life after his stroke. Because of the subjects who were part of the documentary (myself included) who were not really involved in football and volleyball, I can't really compare the film to a basketball documentary or a soccer documentary. However, it does a very good job telling the story of one man's life after his stroke. It is interesting how a stroke can alter one's life forever. I would recommend this documentary to any athlete or any sports fan. It is very good. I would also recommend this film to the director, though I am not sure if the director was really involved in the film. I hope he was. As of right now, this documentary is not available on DVD in the U.S. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in watching a great film about one man's life after a stroke. This documentary is a MUST see!

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This is a must-see documentary for any fan of the game. I don't know who is behind this, but it has definitely taken me back to the days when I was playing. I have been a soccer fan for years, and this film brought back the memories of my favorite sport. The documentary is very well done, and it was interesting to see how the game was portrayed. The documentary did a great job of showing the different ways that players could express themselves in a sport. It also showed the importance of the sport and the players' careers. I also liked the fact that it was not the typical sports documentary. The sports were very well portrayed, and it showed the players' personality. The fact that the documentary was done by a soccer fan made it even better. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is a soccer fan.

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Joe H.

I have watched this film 3 times now and can't get enough of it. I want to see it again and again. Not only does this film show the rise of football from the streets to the top, but it also shows how football is a global phenomenon. The film gives you an idea of the various "World Cup" events of the early 2000's, and what happened to all of them. As I watched the movie I was amazed at how little was actually known about the women's teams in the women's World Cup matches. They were even being shown as "sidekicks" in the soccer action scenes. The documentary also shows the antics of "independents" that played in the women's World Cup, and I was amazed at the amount of women that joined up and would actually play. This is a must see film for anyone who wants to know more about the early history of soccer. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys good film making and documentaries. You won't regret watching this movie. It's certainly worth the money!

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If you want to know about football, watch "Soccer" with Sergio Garcia and my friend Jorge Bressanzo. If you want to know about the rise of World Football, watch this movie with Marta Martinelli. This is an excellent movie, made by a Brazilian lady and a bit older gentleman, that shows the games, the marketing and the goals. I think that this movie would be a good one to show to your sons and your grandchildren, so that they can see what life was like for the young players at a different country. This movie is a good example of a real life story.

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This documentary is only for those who have the slightest interest in soccer. Although it is highly rated, it's only for soccer fans. The film is a tour de force of all the aspects of the game, from the fans, the administrators, the players, the coaches, the administrators, the media. It is a very enlightening documentary about a little known sport, one that not only has reached its peak but is finally going to be an Olympic sport in the future. I don't think this documentary can be reduced to its four chapters. It goes from a team mentality, the image of the player as a god among men, the attitude of the players when their country is going down and the changes in the image of the team from one year to the next. Diego Maradona is a legendary soccer player, a legend in his own time, an inspiration to all the sportsmen and women and for all time. What a legend he is. This documentary gives an insight into his life and his influence on his teammates and on the game. It is amazing how they look back on it in the future. I really appreciate the way they looked at the old and the new images of the game. They are really starting to get to know him. I hope that they see it again because I really admire this film. It really is a must see. I give this documentary 10 out of 10.

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Lawrence Kelly

I am a huge fan of football and have seen so many matches from the 1970's and 1980's. The game of football has a lot of history and this documentary makes you feel like you are right there in the stadium. The documentary moves you back and forth between the famous games from different countries, and shows you the variety of teams that were involved in the matches. The documentary is split into three parts, with each part being shorter than the other. There is also a section with highlights and clips from the games to help you understand the game better. The documentary does a great job of explaining the sport of football. For example, they explain how the ball is passed to the player on the other side of the ball, how the ball goes to the goalkeeper, how players change positions on the field, and how the players keep track of what is going on in the game. It also includes interviews with famous players and coaches from the various countries that are featured in the documentary. It also has a section about how soccer was introduced into the world in the early 1900's. The documentary does a great job of explaining the sport of football, and it is not boring at all. There are many things in the documentary that I have learned from. For example, I had never heard of the manager of the team. He was very well spoken and very informative about the team. Also, the documentary mentions that the goal is to score more goals. The documentary also says that goals and assists are more important than scoring goals. In the end, I think the documentary is very well made and you can learn from it. If you are a football fan, you will love this documentary. I give it a 10 out of 10.

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I will start by saying that there were a few clips of the documentary that were really good. The documentary was well-made and it was a nice idea. But, if you want to have a good time at the movies, there are many documentaries available on the internet, and the ones that I'm interested in is the ones that are filmed on film. I'll give you an example. During the World Cup the whole world is focused on soccer. It's about a game that can have a big impact on the world. There are many documentaries about the soccer game, but not many of them are made on film. I was hoping to find one, but I found none. I got lucky, because I found a few people that were interested in making this documentary on film. So, I was lucky and I got the chance to watch this documentary, but I think it could have been more interesting. The main issue with the documentary is that the story is very poorly presented. There are times when you will see a whole clip of one of the players doing a whole thing in the background, but the main story line doesn't come into play at any point in time. For example, in a couple of clips you will see the U-23 team playing against some of the other teams. But the story doesn't focus on any of these players. The documentary would have been more interesting if it showed some of the matches between the teams. This documentary could have been made better by having a few more clips of the players in the film. Overall, I can't say it was a bad movie, but it wasn't great. It's definitely a good documentary, but it's not a good documentary. I think it could have been a lot better. I can't give it a 10, but it's not a bad movie.

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Well, this documentary is not for the faint of heart. The first half of the documentary is a little slow, but after the first part of the documentary, the movie gets much better. The film starts with Maradona playing for the Argentina team in the World Cup, and he talks about how he never liked football, but after he played for the Argentina team, he realized that football was his life, and he began to practice with the team. The second half of the documentary is very interesting, as we see Maradona training, working out, and playing. The film is very informative and entertaining. The best part of the documentary is the interview with Maradona. We get to hear from him, and we learn about his love of football, and his belief in God. We also learn about his feelings toward his former team, and his relationship with his brother. Overall, I recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in soccer, and Maradona. 9/10.

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Harry Franklin

This documentary is a great example of what happens when you let the media control your life. The film was excellent and I recommend it to everyone. The main point of the documentary is to show the truth. There is a lot of misinformation in the media about the likes of Diego Maradona. It is important to show the truth and to be honest with the people who love you. Diego Maradona was a great footballer and he played for a great team. He did not have a great personal life. He was a great player for the Argentine national team and for Argentina. The documentary showed that he was a great footballer. The documentary also showed that he was very close to the people in his life. He had many friends and he was very close to his family. I recommend this documentary to everyone. It is a great example of what happens when the media control your life.

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Charles C.

I thought the film was very good and would recommend it to anyone who likes soccer or movies of this genre. It was very well put together and has a good plot. There are several interesting points and quotes throughout the film that are worth watching. The sports and the lifestyle of the people involved are interesting and it shows how much better life is for those who choose to be involved in sports. The film is well done and a must see.

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Before watching this film, I was under the impression that it would be a re-enactment of the iconic game, with Maradona playing himself, rather than the fictional footballing legend that was Maradona. In fact, it is almost as if Maradona is playing himself, as he is shown performing several of his own famous goals in the film. However, it is not an accurate depiction of the game, and I think the film does a disservice to Maradona's legend. In addition, the film does a poor job of showing how the game was played. The shot-based footage of the game is very boring and somewhat grainy. The rest of the film is, as a whole, a dull and boring documentary of Maradona's career. I enjoyed this film, but it is not the movie I had hoped it would be.

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Barbara Harper

An interview with Diego Maradona (who died on July 25, 1982) is an interesting, if sometimes very depressing, look at the man and his career. It starts out with Maradona in a few years before his death, where he talks about his favorite footballing teams, his favorite footballers, and his favorite songs. In addition to these, he also talks about his political views, and his admiration for the Communist Party. This is a good documentary, but I found it a little hard to follow at times, with the interviews coming in and out of each other. Still, it was interesting enough to watch, and worth watching if you are interested in the man and his career.

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Famous as the world's greatest soccer player, Diego Maradona was born in Uruguay, but later moved to Argentina. The story of how Maradona got into soccer and became the world's most successful player is told with great enthusiasm. It's a fascinating tale of passion, determination, courage and ambition. The film focuses on the man himself, the style of play he developed, his ambitions and his personal struggles. It tells of his love for his country, his friendship with various Argentine players and his overall experience of his career. Maradona's achievements are recorded with great pride. The film is not just a history lesson, but an entertaining look at a true icon of the game.

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Heather M.

A fascinating documentary about one of football's most prolific players, a man who lived and breathed football, and at the same time, had a life in which he played the piano, studied the arts, and even sang. The story of Maradona is fascinating and is very well done, but there are also some significant flaws. For one, we never get a full and accurate understanding of his personality and what drives him. It's a story of a man who wanted to be great, but never really gets there. Secondly, we never really see his love life. Maradona's wife and his girlfriend have no real time to talk about their love. The man is just too busy with his football. The film is good and it is worth seeing, but it's very incomplete. Maradona fans will love it, but it's not for everyone.

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Jerry S.

Despite the rating on IMDb, I had to rate this film with a 7. I know it's supposed to be a comedy, but this was really a documentary. I'm not surprised by the number of people that didn't like it. However, I am very impressed with the quality of the documentary. There were some people that were really rude. But they were just trying to show the whole story and not just the highlight. Also, I really liked how they showed the real stories. It showed what it was like to be in a team of players and how they all made their way to the top. It showed how the coach really cared about his players. It showed the players the hard work they put into training and how hard they worked to win. It showed the changes that were made to the team after a very important match and how they had to work hard to win. It also showed the ups and downs of the players during their careers. The athletes were really well portrayed. The documentary was really nice. I liked how they showed all the details of what it was like to be a footballer and the different styles they had. I really enjoyed this documentary. I recommend it to anybody that likes sports.

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Nathan Gibson

I first saw this documentary at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2009. I was blown away. This film was so powerful. It had everything that a documentary should have, but it was so well done that I could not help but watch it again and again. It is truly a masterpiece. I think it is a must see for anyone who wants to understand what makes the game of football so special. The story of the Argentinean soccer team is so compelling that I was shocked when I first saw it. The documentary was very well done, and the footage was so compelling that it was almost like I was watching the game myself. I loved it. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to understand what makes soccer so special.

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Alexander Hawkins

I watched this documentary a few weeks ago. I don't know how long it was but it was worth it. It really made me think about the game. I loved the music and the cinematography. I would recommend it to anyone. I will watch it again.

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Emily P.

This is a great documentary on one of the most important soccer players of the last century, Diego Maradona. He's not only one of the greatest players in the world, he's one of the most respected and loved sportsmen in the world. He's known for his daring tackles, and the way he plays with his back to the goal. The documentary is extremely interesting because you get to know the man behind the legend, and you get to see how he's one of the greatest soccer players of all time. It is well directed, with the best visuals I've ever seen in a sports documentary. The story goes along great, with the documentary showing all the great moments in his life. The film is well edited, and I really liked how it was shot, and the music. The documentary is really well edited, and I really like how it was shot. The music is amazing, and I think it's the best music in any sports documentary ever. The music is so good and really fit the mood of the documentary. The music was really good. The documentary is really well directed and the story is really good. I really liked this film, and I recommend it to everyone.