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Whether you have an interest in Formula One or not, Crash and Burn is an engaging, and at times moving account of an extraordinary life.
This documentary is not just a sport film, this is a character portrait of a man's struggles to come to terms with a career that has passed.
Most interesting for the insight it gives into the ugly, elitist attitudes in Formula One.
[Crash and Burn] puts vivid flesh on the story's bones with a plentiful stash of archive footage, a colourful bunch of talking heads, and plenty of opinionated input from Byrne himself.
The film gives a clear sense of Byrne's colourful personality and his ability to annoy the wrong people.
There's a fascination and poignancy to this gripping sports documentary, about someone who deserves a kind of legendary status for the way he didn't become a legend.
An engaging Irish documentary about the all-too-brief Formula One career of Drogheda driver Tommy Byrne.
[Byrne is] an excellent subject for a film - full of colourful anecdotes about his excesses and brattish behaviour but perplexed and pained by his own failure
A great yarn. A great education.
Detailing his flair on the track and partying off it, this compellingly explores the question: did he ruin his own chance of greatness, or did others deliberately stall him?
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