Sport racer and man: Schumacher movie creates close - and traits
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Cologne (SID) - At the beginning there is a dive. No engines, no cheering quantities, no victory celebrations. Sunlight shimmers through the sea surface, air bubbles rise up, even turtles can be seen. And the Schumachers, together, it is a family trip. Only at the end of this opening, the roar of Michael Schumachers Ferrari takes his way into the idyllic scenery.
and right at the beginning will make it clear what this movie wants to offer: Of course, the racer Schumacher is honored, explained his extraordinary achievements. But even by humans, it will go to the family, as close as it is never allowed to approach the world. "Schumacher" means the documentation, actually made for the big cinemas, then came the corona crisis in between. Since Wednesday, it is now on the streaming platform Netflix to see.
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accompanied by remarkable sound a unique career is traced, the entry into Formula 1, the tedious way to the great successes with Ferrari, the rise to the record world champion. And again and again stories behind the stories, enriched with shots from the private archive of the family. Wife Corinna and the children Mick and Gina speak, many companions also.
and carefully approaches the film the day that changed everything. Since his ski accident on December 29, 2013, Michael Schumacher has disappeared from the public, is home to the family in Switzerland, as it is about, is a privacy - and it remains private matter. Headlines does not want to produce this movie.
but he lets the family speak, and so the book is allowed to guess how hard everything is. "It's very clear that Michael misses me every day," says Corinna Schumacher, and of course it is not alone: "The children, the family, his father, all who are around him. Everyone misses Michael. But Michael misses is there, different, but he's there. And that gives us all power. "
The Liebe family together, therapy, and do everything, "so that Michael is feeling better and well, and that he simply feels our family cohesion." And this also includes an area without the public. "Private is private," says Corinna Schumacher: "Michael always protected us. And now we protect Michael."
Therefore, Schumacher worried about Vettel .
Sebastian Vettel extended his contract with Aston Martin and remains the formula 1. Ralf Schumacher is glad about the decision. © Provided by Sport1.de That's why Schumacher worried about Vettel Sebastian Vettel remains the formula 1 is obtained . (News: All current information on Formula 1) The 34-year-old extends its contract with Aston Martin and drives 2022 for the team of the traditional sports car manufacturer from England.