Ferruccio Lamborghini attempts to prepare his unproven automobile for a victory at the forthcoming Geneva Grand Prix in an effort to defeat longstanding rival Enzo Ferrari.
Lamborghini: The Man Behind The Legend Cast :
Frank Grillo, Gabriel Byrne, Mira Sorvino, Romano Reggiani, Matteo Leoni, Hannah Van Der Westhuysen, Francesca Tizzano, Francesca De Martini, Giulio Mezza, Giovanni Scotti, Fortunato Cerlino, Giorgio Cantarini, Eliana Jones, Gian Franco Tordi, Giovanni Antonacci
Lamborghini: The Man Behind The Legend Release Date :
18 November 2022
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Lamborghini: The Man Behind The Legend Review
I don’t understand why this movie has a 5.4 rating so far.. maybe its because it doesn’t offer a difference on the known stories of the wealthy. How they always lose wives to either death or divorce either before or after the riches get in, anyway here is my review for this one. I watched Frank first in the 1st seasons of Prison Break. He has always been in egocentric action movies but this one brought out a new face. The still aggressive but futuristic Ferrucio Lamborghini. The story as much as is relatable to many others, for me it’s worth a watch. Has a kind of way to hold you glued to the screen till the very end. I would say its another of the motivational examples for you can be anything as long as you believe.
I enjoy watching biographical and historical films. Particularly on the individuals whose vision has brought about mass changes. This movie had an astonish vintage aesthetic. The film attempts to depict the story in its original form. The film’s subject matter is admirable. Good for those who wish to know who gave birth to the Lamborghini automobile. This film would have been more impressive if his struggles had been depicted appropriately. All I can see is the haste with which successive scenes are shown. The struggle to produce this idea, maintain this idea, and survive with his dream car was not adequately depicted. It was only haste to reach conclusion.
Finally got a chance to watch this movie and it was not disapointing at all. It’s got italian written all over it as it should. Very authentic. From the scenery to the accent to the man behind the legendary company. He had a vision and he made the whole world see it. Very inspiring and worth telling. I like that it didn’t drag on and on but got to the point of telling his story. And that’s what every biography should do. For an expensive car this is not a cheap movie. I give it two kisses on the cheek.