After the controversial and compelling premiere on the life of Diego Armando Maradona, it is time to review the five best series and documentaries
After the controversial and compelling premiere on the life of Diego Armando Maradona, it is time to review the five best series and documentaries based on soccer. What would be missing?
Apache. The series about the life of Carlos Tévez and the guacho Cabañas. Exclusion. Marginality. Broken dreams. And children in the bodies of men in pain. 8 chapters and a blow to the heart. pic.twitter.com/9uYPGx9Eeg
– Juan Pablo Marrón ️️️️ (@JuanPabloMarron) August 19, 2019
It is an 8-episode TV series that tells the life of the megastar Carlos Tevez, from his childhood in the neighborhood of Fuerte Apache to reaching the top with Boca Juniors. On Netflix it came to light.
First image of Pelé’s film. Titled “Pelé, the birth of the legend”. It will be released for the 2014 World Cup. pic.twitter.com/wI5GMrQrhM
– Johana Palacios (@yoapalacios) November 25, 2013
Edson Garantes do Nascimento exposes everything he learned on the street to become the star of the World Cup in Brazil in 1958. Few could imagine that from that moment football would never be the same again. It can be seen on Youtube.
– Soccer ⚽
– Brave bars
– Dolores Fonzi?
– ⚽ More football ⚽
– Corruption, crime and shenanigans?
-? Adrian Caetano
Puerta 7, a Netflix original series, begins filming in Buenos Aires. pic.twitter.com/9tP8nUbvvd
– Netflix Latin America (@NetflixLAT) March 26, 2019
Created by Martín Zimmerman and directed by Adrián Caetano, in order to unmask the black areas of the traded around football activity. Recommendable.
I finished watching “A Game of Gentlemen” (The English Game). I loved. If you are a football fan, you cannot miss it. The series travels from the genesis of the game to the excitement. True stories, great characters, and notable actors. pic.twitter.com/mgHv7Bgjh5
– Daniel Avellaneda (@ davellaneda77) April 17, 2020
It is a miniseries about the origins of modern football in England, where two 19th century footballers, from disparate social classes, face professional and personal conflicts in order to change a booming and non-professional sport – and a country -.
Maradona, blessed dream.
What a marvel of series.
What a chilling soundtrack.
– Iker Jiménez (@navedelmisterio) November 3, 2021
Diego Armando Maradona (1960-2020) is played by three different actors in a science fiction, throughout his life and prolific career; from his humble beginnings in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Fiorito and going through his career as a footballer at Barcelona and Napoli, among other outstanding events in his life.
Another of the most notable focuses is his key role in the victory of his national team in the Soccer World Cup in Mexico ’86. At 22:00, on Channel 9, it reached 8.8 rating points. Furor when it was seen on Argentine TV and on Amazon.