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A close look at the life of Cristiano Ronaldo.

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Credited cast:
Dolores Aveiro ...
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Hugo Aveiro ...
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Georgie Bingham ...
English Sports Presenter 1 (voice)
Adrian Clarke ...
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Himself
ClÁudia Garcia ...
Herself
David Álvarez Izquierdo ...
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Rhiannon Jones ...
Spanish Sports Presenter 2 (voice)
Nelvino Lima ...
Portuguese Sports Presenter (voice)
Miguel Lopes Marques ...
Himself
Rafael Navarrete MartÍnez ...
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Carla Mendes ...
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Jorge Mendes ...
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Filmed over 14 months with unprecedented access into the inner circle of the man and the sport, this is the first official and fully authorized film of one of the most celebrated figures in football. For the first time ever, the world gets vividly candid and un-paralleled, behind-closed-doors access to the footballer, father, family-man and friend in this moving & fascinating documentary. Through in-depth conversations, state of the art football footage and never before seen archival footage, the film gives an astonishing insight into the sporting and personal life of double Ballon D'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo at the peak of his career. Written by Production

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Rated PG - 13 for a thematic moment | See all certifications »
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The documentary was filmed between January 2014 and February 2015. See more »

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Hugo Aveiro: Give him an Oscar!
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Featured in Match of the Day: Euro 2016: Portugal vs. Iceland (2016) See more »

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You & Me (Flume Remix)
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Only one is enough
15 November 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Here, we got a son who knew that he got talent and knew what he really wanted to do, what he really wanted to be, what he should do to reach that goal. Here, we got a young man who never lost his focus to be a good man, a good athlete, a good son, a good brother, a good professional, a good father/parent. Here, we knew that there only needed only one good son if he could become successful, making lot of money, then all his family members would have the opportunity to benefit from this one member of the family.

Here, we have to remind all the parents who are poor or not rich enough not to rely on your sons or daughters to change your family's financial status, if they don't have the talents or the urge to become the HOPE of your family. They've got to have 1) The Real Talent; 2) The Ambition and The Urge to use and take the advantage of their gifted talents to reach the top. Only success can bring in money to improve the family's poverty.

Here, we have to remind all the parents who are rich or too rich to not force your sons become the heirs of your fortune and wealth, or to use your money to invest on your sons' or daughters' future if they 1) Do not have the talents; 2) They don't have the ambition or urge to become a great success. If your sons or daughters got no music talent, don't waste your money to force them to learn how to play the piano, violin or whatever the instruments would be. If they don't have the dancing talent, don't waste your money to force them to waste their childhood or youth-hood in ballet. Don't force them to do anything that you think is good for them. No talent, no ambition, no urge, then forget it.

*This is very important: Only the real talented, gifted kids know what they want to be or to do when they are still very young. Non-talented ones are just aimless and clueless no matter how old they are. Talented ones are like pioneers, trail blazers and adventurers with iron will and courage, they set out their own journeys by their own choose in their early age, and never let go, while the non-talented ones are like tourists, they need their parents as their tour guides to point out the direction and arrange the supporting transportation means for them to move forward.

Ronaldo is a good son, a very talented son and he got the ambition and the urge when he was very young. He is a fine sword and he continues to fine tuning himself to be even greater, sharper and more lethal in the field, then used his hard earned money to do the talk. There's nothing he really needs you to agree with him or not, because your opinions mean nothing to him. If you have some negative opinions against him, it only proves that you are not successful enough yet, or already being a certified lifetime loser. So just keep your mouth shut and watch to learn something from this person's partial life story.


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