Roberto Baggio arrives on Netflix with a documentary on his career
Historic Italian football player, Roberto Baggio, You will have your own documentary film CV on the platform Netflix. The same American company has published the first trailer for “La Coleta Divina,” the film that will shoot the entire movie Carrera Sports and personal life Baggio, superstar The Italian national team. Fabula Pictures, Mediaset and Netflix were responsible for the production of these materials which will be released on May 26th around the world.
He will play Andrea Arcangeli who is considered the best soccer player in the history of Italy. The 26-year-old actor was chosen by director Letizia Lamater, who won a recognition for the Netflix series ‘Baby’. Baggio was born in February 1967 in Caldonio, the town of Veneto near Vicenza, and was the sixth of eight children. He wore Vicenza, Fiorentina, Juventus, Milan, Inter and Brescia, all in Italy.
“It is the story of a humble man of excessive talent, whose moves have transformed Italian football. We will also tell the story of someone who has achieved great victories on the field through his personal suffering.” The film was due to be released at the end of 2020 but the Coronavirus pandemic This was not allowed and was postponed to May 2021.
Marco De Angelis, the film’s producer, told Italian agency Giornalistica that in the documentary “we talk about private life, Buddhism and his friends. We talk about his family life with his wife always by his side. His relationship with his parents and seven siblings.” He also added that Baggio “told them many things, along with anecdotes. , On and off the field. Like, for example, the fact that during the semifinals of the 1994 USA World Cup they broke half a tooth in a play away from the cameras (there wasn’t much at the time). No one noticed. “
In the initial previews of the documentary uploaded by Netflix, Baggio can be seen with this famous override of the penalty kick in the 1994 World Cup in the US In addition, some pictures of Baggio’s private life and childhood and playing in the Italian league can be seen the team. The 54-year-old has had a resounding career, winning the FIFA Ballon d’Or in 1993 and FIFA’s Player of the Year award as his best singles awards. He scored 291 goals in 643 official matches for the club and played 3 World Cup finals (runners-up in USA 94 minutes, third place Italy 90 minutes).
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