Just like they did with the likes of Michael Jordan, Neymar, Figo, Cristiano Ronaldo or McGregor, Netflix insists on betting on its cinematic offering, with films focusing on the lives of elite athletes. Audiovisual projects. The next to join this extensive list will be Englishman David Beckham.
The company announced the news through an official statement as well as through social networks. The personal and professional life of one of the greatest free-kick takers in football history will be reflected in a four-part documentary series, which will premiere on October 4, the newspaper reports. master.
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“David Beckham is one of the most recognizable names on the planet, but few know who he really is,” they noted on Netflix.This work has been agreed since at least 2020, according to sunNearly €18 million has been transferred and will tell the story of the former Real Madrid footballer’s rise from “humble beginnings in working class East London” to becoming a football star.
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Producers concluded in a statement: “This series showcases his journey through progress, a surprising and inspiring personal story from one of the most recognized and watched athletes of all time.” Additionally, In the small preview they released, Beckham can be seen going from signing his first contract with Sir Alex Ferguson to making an exclusive statement at the most difficult moment of his career. “The result is an intimate portrait of a man and a chronicle of late modern sporting culture and celebrity.”
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Directed by Oscar-winning director
Behind the scenes and leading the project will be two experienced artists. The director will be Fisher Stevens, who won the 2009 Academy Award for Best Documentary for “The Bay.” Joining him are producers John Bastyk, Tim Cragg (who handles cinematography), Nicola Howson and Billie Shepherd. (Four)