Diego Maradona

Asif Kapadia’s previous award-winning documentaries (“Senna”[2010] and “Amy”[2015]) are expertly woven, archival tapestries exploring cultural icons worthy of single name titles. His new film, however, on arguably the world’s greatest-ever footballer, needs both his first and surnames because friends and family know him as Diego, the sweet-natured, insecure street kid from Buenos Aires; and then […]

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