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Ayrton Senna: The Official Tribute, 1960-1994 [DVD]

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  • Format: PAL
  • Subtitles: German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Dutch, English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: EMI
  • DVD Release Date: 26 April 2004
  • Run Time: 190 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00023JDK8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 99,177 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A tribute to the Formula 1 racing driver, Ayrton Senna.

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This 2-disc set is packed with material, some new, some old.
Disc 1 features a couple of bona-fide documentaries plus a host of other features, the most interesting being the footage of his first three F1 tests - footage which as far as I am aware hasn't been seen to this extent before. It's fascinating hearing a young Senna stating that he seriously doubts he would take an offer from these teams, because the contracts they were offering weren't good enough!! Like someone offers you an F1 drive everyday...
The Honda NSX test is kinda nice to watch if you just can't get enough footage of the man, but it's of poor quality, the Foundation feature gives a good insight into the work the Foundation does (but you'll never watch it more than once) plus there's a very nice 50 picture gallery and the 19 minute "Music And Image Impression" thing, which despite the mystical images that conjures up in your brain, on viewing you'll allow yourself to retitle "Boring Williams Test Session With Appalling Music Overdubbed"
Now then, the two main features of Disc 1:
The Lifestyle Of Ayrton Senna In Brazil: It's interesting to see the man at rest but unfortunately you hardly see any footage of him actually "at work" to truly give this feature any context. It could be anyone with some money to throw around showing you his expensive toys. Don't get me wrong, it's still great seeing Senna at home - and there's tons of candid interview footage here - but it would have been nice if the rest of the set had more footage of him at the track, being less than calm and relaxed.
The main feature: The Right To Win.
This has had massive publicity recently, unfortunately the best footage has already been aired on myriad TV shows as a "sneak preview" of the DVD.
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This DVD is simply a cash-cow for EMI and The Senna Foundation (although the foundation is a good cause!) based around the anniversary of his death in May 1994. Across two disks, the tribute is made up of three films - two about Senna's life and one about his career up to 1992 - and other extras. First impressions are the lack of racing footage, this presumably because the DVD is released without Ecclestone's FIA branding and that (my guess) is perhaps why so much vital on-track footage is missing. The director makes do with stills, crafted together with Euro-House music for much of two of the films. The third, specifically about his career contains rare glimpses of early Karting and loads of random footage from Senna's career in England's junior formulas.
The talking-heads in the first film, 'Right To win' - Senna's brother, sister and several of his partners, trainers and mechanics are Brazillian. I would've been very interested to hear what these people had to say - unfortunately, I don't speak Portugese and the directors have neither subtitled their words nor voiced over them.
Both disks have an 80's feel to them (this DVD was put together last year, although two of the films are several years old) and menu's and extras are quite poor, a lot of the narration is similarly OTT but the fact is that if you are Senna-mad, you'll find a lot of it fascinating, if not wholely original. It has a great deal of the man talking 'on' and 'off' camera, about his life, racing, emotions and why he always had that bit extra. There is not enough covering the infamous Imola weekend but you will still be happy to see so much of Senna and his peers - many of whom (regardless of conflict with him during his life) speak of Ayrton (rightly!!) in very hallowed terms.
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I've bought and seen a few dvd's of the great Ayrton Senna over the years, and hadn't seen anything that had kept me interested throughout other than the Senna Movie, until now.
Given the fact this is the official Senna foundation tribute I was reasonably optimistic as his sister Vivian would have had some input into its contents, and I wasn't disappointed.
I thoroughly enjoyed all the footage, some emotion, some action, and lots of background info, this disc set has everything.
A tiny minus was the subtitles, they're either on or off, I found myself turning on when needed and then off when not, it would have been nice if they came on and off as required once selected, but it's not a major disappointment and doesn't spoil the enjoyment of the great footage and interviews on these discs. Recommended to all die hard Senna fans.
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There are a few other videos out, this 2 Disc DVD contains one of the earlier videos in its entirety as well as a new documentary and many extras / unseen footage etc. Boy do I / we all miss Ayrton...He is / was the BEST...no exception. this DVD helps gain another insight into the legend.
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I bought this to add to my Ayrton Senna collection. I was a big fan of Ayrtons and after searching for tributes on him on dvd and yes I have them on vhs but videos do not run smooth I came across this one.
I will admit that while I was watching this that day in may 1994 came flooding back and so did my tears even twenty years on we all still miss this great and talented young man.
Now we need a twentieth one to go with this.
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