In September 1984, the Napoli soccer team, which had never won a scudetto, recruited the greatest star player in the world. The seven years that followed were a series of advancements, parties and excesses.
The supersized destiny of one man meets the supersized screen of the Piazza Grande. Diego Maradona recounts the sacralization and desacralization of one man, through personal archive footage. This unique portrait, previously screened at the Cannes Film Festival, will seduce soccer fans and others, by focusing on the contemporary arena where exacerbated desires and hatreds solidify.Mathilde Henrot