Through exclusive interviews and archival footage, this documentary traces an intimate portrait of seven-time Formula 1 champion Michael Schumacher.

  • Released: 2021-09-15
  • Runtime: 112 minutes
  • Genre: Documentaries
  • Stars: Michael Schumacher, Mick Schumacher, Corinna Schumacher, Ralf Schumacher, Rolf Schumacher, Gina Schumacher, Jean Todt, Bernie Ecclestone, Sebastian Vettel, Mika Häkkinen, Damon Hill, Flavio Briatore, David Coulthard, Willi Weber, Luca Cordero di Montezemolo, Sabine Kehm, Mark Webber, Eddie Irvine, Piero Ferrari, Ross Brawn, James Allen, Gerhard Noack, Gianluca Pilot, Richard Williams
  • Director: Hanns-Bruno Kammertöns, Michael Wech, Vanessa Nöcker
  • nord-09459 - 2 May 2024
    The greatest driver in F1 history - how you are missed!!!
    Beautifully crafted tribute to the man behind the racing icon, a testament to the enduring legacy of MS as not just a champion driver, but a remarkable human being whose strength, resilience, and humanity continue to inspire.

    His depth, complexity, and unwavering integrity. His commitment to excellence, coupled with his genuine warmth and kindness, what an impression which transcends beyond sport. The grace he approached both highs and lows.

    What a terrible tragedy, and a horrific loss to his family and to us all.

    A brutally magnificent man who never wore a skirt and never bought to the palavra of fame!

    We miss you MS (I do)

  • SebastienSpa - 30 November 2021
    Everyone was waiting for the end... (and new information)
    The documentary itself doesn't reveal much new about one of the world successful Formula 1 drivers. It's mostly montage of people's statements saying how great he was.

    By doing so it follows the paradigm of TV documentaries, mediocre music - subsequently no real dramaturgical arch. A lot of emotion about a driver who wasn't that emotional.

    In fact, most people watched this piece to finally get some new information about Michael's current state.

    It's a little bit like the South Park episode about the new Terence & Phillip trailer - you have to watch through a lot of stuff that you don't necessarily want to see (like Senna's death live in every detail - was that really necessary?) and things we already know (yes, Michael was great, we get it), only to get to the point we've all been waiting for.

    And then...

    Sorry, Senna and D2S have production and dramaturgical standards where this documentary doesn't even come close.