The night before the San Marino Grand Prix, May 1994, already marred by two accidents – Rubens Barrichello miraculously survived a crash during the practice session while Roland Ratzenberger died during qualifying –, Ayrton Senna spends his last night in his beloved Suite 200 in the Hotel Castello, not far from the race track. During these sleepless hours he goes over his life: the complex relationship with his father, the always present and sometimes suffocating family, his much talked about love stories, the rivalry with former drivers (in particular Piquet, Prost, the young and promising Michael Shumacher). An original and delicate portrait of a champion whose death left a void that is hard to fill.
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