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This man is an amazing athlete and fast with the futbol. I do not usually watch documentaries but this Cristiano is intriguing. I wanted to know more about his life and how he became a super star. I found out through this film. I love how Cristiano plays and the video highlights in the documentary showcase his skill, although some of the clips are shown more than once. I was surprised to see the poverty he came from in Portugal, but it adds to the amazing story. The film documents Cristiano's rags to riches story and show some of his toys. For instance, the cars he owns are amazing - wait til you see them! The music accompanies the film well, too. I liked the documentary very much.
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