Apple TV is already showing a short excerpt from Becker’s documentary.Image: Apple TV+
Boris Becker’s sentence by a London court to two and a half years in prison due to bankruptcy penalties made headlines for weeks last spring. However, reports quickly circulated that the former Wimbledon winner only had to serve one part. On December 14, it was suddenly said that he was on his way to Munich. This has not yet been confirmed.
That’s where the streaming service’s latest announcement comes in. AppleTV+ exactly at the right time: the official website is talking about a two-part documentary about Boris Becker. There is even a first video material that emotionally shows the 55-year-old man as rarely.
Confirmed series about Boris Becker
As of yet, the Apple original has no official title, but the streaming service is already revealing plenty of other details. Consequently, Becker was accompanied by a film crew for more than three years, until his conviction in late April.
Boris Becker is now receiving a documentary on Apple TV+.Image: AP/Alberto Pezzali
The documentary contains, among other things, various personal interviews, of which a teaser previews. The former tennis ace fights back tears, saying:
“I’ve hit rock bottom, I don’t know what to do with it.”
This scene was apparently filmed shortly before the verdict, as Becker also announces here: “I will turn myself in, I will not hide or run. I will accept whatever punishment I am given. It is Wednesday afternoon. I will know the rest on Friday.” of my life.” Finally her voice cracks and her eyes are red.
That’s what Becker’s documentary promises
Apple TV+ promises to highlight “every aspect” of Becker. So it’s about his whole life, not just the time he was in prison.
Director Alex Gibney and producer John Battsek are responsible for the series. Apple has not announced a release date at this time.
Boris Becker will be released early from prison time.Image: AP/Frank Augstein
Meanwhile, there are also rumors about a possible television interview that Becker could give after his release. Christoph Körfer, a spokesman for ProSiebenSat.1, told “Bild”: “I cannot confirm the rumours. But I can assure you that if we have a special opportunity to speak with Boris Becker in the coming weeks, we would share this message.” with everyone at the appropriate volume.
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