Really surprised, but it's on general release at all major cinemas in Australia.
Fantastic documentary, the time just flew by watching it. Brought back some memories of races I'd completely forgotten about (like the amazing comeback at the 1988 Japanese GP leading to that first F1 Championship).
Some haunting images too on how harsh and violent a world motorsport can be.
The Martin Donnelly aftermath is in there (highlighting Senna's concern for other drivers, and his relationship with Sid Watkins)...from 1990 I think. I remember standing at Silverstone (Becketts) watching F1 practice in the early 2000's, and I turned round to see him standing right behind me. Smiled, wished I'd have spoken (but you get star-struck!!). After the practice had finished he walked away....or should I say hobbled away. Brave men indeed are F1 drivers for the risks they take.
Strange how your life path can sometimes cross famous people. I used to work for a major UK bank, dealing with telegraphic transfers. In around 1990/1991, I indeed processed a payment to Brasil for an "Ayrton Senna Da Silva" - for a very large amount of money. How gobsmacked was I that day!!
Count myself lucky to have seen Senna race F1 live, and this film brought smiles as well as tears - quite an emotional ending for obvious reasons.
As the credits rolled, everyone remained seated. Showing next to the credits were clips from races/family life, things like that. You just wanted to see more.
If you get the chance, I highly recommend it. Hopefully I can catch it again on the "big screen" in the next week.