Boris Becker: Confirmed! Private documentary shows prison drama up close
Ex-tennis legend took care of his trial Boris Becker caused a stir worldwide. The media interest in him is huge. The fallen sports star has been serving his sentence in a prison in London since the end of April 2022.
During Boris Becker Sealed off from the public behind thick prison walls, the rumor mill continues to simmer outside. This news is all the more interesting: As has now been confirmed, there will soon be exclusive footage of the 1992 Olympic champion.
Boris Becker documentary shows private insights into the life of the tennis legend
Boris Becker has been accompanied by cameras for the past three years. Even at the most private moments, a film crew is said to have been there up close.
Three facts about Boris Becker:
- Boris Becker was born on November 22, 1967 in Leimen
- He became known as a tennis player who even won gold at the 1992 Olympics
- Boris Becker has been married twice and has four children
Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney is behind the film project. He and producer John Battsek interviewed Boris Becker and talked about private issues that have not yet been publicly discussed.
Boris Becker: Producer explains details about the documentary
The dramatic end of the documentary should show Becker packing his bag, which he will later use to move into his cell.
In an interview with “Deadline”, the producer of the documentary reveals: “The financial problems and private relationships in his life, which he had tried to manage off the field, have become the stuff of untruths and rumours.” A good reason to follow up to finally clear up years of speculation.
Boris Becker documentary – the place of broadcast is still unclear
The viewers are promised an “open insider’s view of the world of professional tennis”, but also “a poignant portrait of the man himself”.
More about Boris Becker:
The exclusive footage will be presented at the Cannes Film Festival. Here it should also be clarified on which platform the documentary will be broadcast.
Here you can find out how dramatic Boris Becker’s farewell to girlfriend Lillian was in the courtroom in London. (sj)