The documentary All In by Marc Márquez, of which René Pierotti commented on the first three episodes previewed, was also the subject of podcast number 103 of Zam. The miniseries is available on Amazon Prime Video and seems to have been very well received by fans. Now the director of the mini-series speaks: Jaime Perez told some background in an interview with Relevo.com.
”The idea of making the documentary Perez said. she came to Márquez, who felt he was at a time when his age, maturity and personal circumstances made him ready to record something of his own. A docu-series, as he likes to say, about Marc Márquez as a person and not just as a driver”.
In the documentary, as anyone who has seen this series knows, they are several guest riders appeared, such as Jorge Lorenzo or Dani Pedrosaformer comrades of 93, or Emilio Alzamora former manager of the pilot and at the time world champion of 125. Well, given that the relationship with Valentino Rossi was central, the director today specifies that he also invited Valentino, who however would have declined the invitation.
Perez is keen to highlight how Marc was only 22 years old in 2015.
“He was very young, more immature, he lived things deeply, especially the bad ones. He was a person who only returned balls: all the criticisms and all the attacks he received were returned by a twenty-two year old boy. Today he is different: when he sat down to analyze those events that marked him, he spoke in a more calm and profound way: today he is much more mature”.
Just as Lorenzo and Pedrosa agreed to participate, Valentino Rossi, the director admits, had every right to refuse. If that’s really what happened, it’s easy to imagine that the Doctor had little desire to rekindle the controversy and to do it “at home” with his rival.
Now Perez hopes to be able to do the second part of the series as well: it would be nice, he says, if Marc was finally well and Honda could help him win the MotoGP title again.
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