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A fascinating new film... about the wonderful life and premature death three years ago of one of sport's most charismatic artists.
Seve's own interviews give more insight into what made the genius tick, and the footage towards the end is hugely moving, but this is still a sadly missed opportunity.
However under par it gets, it's impossible not to shed a tear as the final chapter in Ballesteros' oft-magical life unfolds.
Seve is for dedicated golf fans only, but there is some charm to this drama-documentary on the rise of Severiano Ballesteros from Spanish farmer's boy to world-class golfer.
Gripping sports reportage with chocolate-box dramatisations of his childhood years, making this very much a game of two halves.
An uneasy rose-tinted blending of striking documentary footage and plodding soap-opera style re-enactment ...
Seve is moving in a way that sports movies rarely are -- and there is also some humour along the way.
Seve offers fascinating insights not just into the life of legendary golfer Seve Ballesteros but into what it takes to succeed at the highest level: principally extraordinary dedication and an almost divine sense of mission.
This is primarily for fans, but it's engaging enough.
A fitting tribute to a bona fide sporting icon.
Severiano Ballesteros was one of the least boring golfers in the history of his sport, but you wouldn't necessarily know it from watching Seve ...
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