Change Your Image
Upload An Image
Crop And Save
Inspirational, politically clever with outstanding archival footage.
1: Life on the Limit is brilliantly narrated by Michael Fassbender, who is able to keep hold of a compelling story.
The archive footage is outstanding, the political upbringing of the sport's safety, to the dangerous cars and tracks and the legends who changed the game is brilliant!
People who are unfamiliar with Formula 1 will still be able to find enjoyment, and possibly inspiration from the film. Without a doubt, the most interesting parts are the safety and the relationship between James Hunt and Niki Lauda.
It is familiar in places, due to strong performances - the film indulges you into the world of Formula 1 racing and it's deadly legacy.
The film's moral question still holds to this date. 'Would you take the safest car, or the car that is dangerous but drives the fastest?'.
1: Life on the Limit is well directed, brilliantly narrated with a certain charisma that is truly outstanding. The archival footage is breathtaking, and the interviews of legendary racers are inspirational.
It follows in the lines of Rush' and Senna' which are both exuberant films. 1: Life on the Limit has a definite place in Formula 1 entertainment.