A former tennis player visiting the Berlinale?
Will tennis legend Boris Becker come to Berlin in February? The world premiere of a documentary film about his life.
Will tennis legend Boris Becker (55) return to the red carpet for the upcoming Berlinale? Director Alex Gibney (69, Oscar winner for Taxi to Hell) will present his Untitled Boris Becker Documentary at the festival from February 16 to 26, 2023, festival officials announced on Tuesday (December 20). The press release, however, did not mention whether the star of the documentary was also invited to the premiere.
Becker was released from Hunterscombe Prison near London after seven months in prison. Gibney accompanied him for his film until the verdict. So it’s entirely possible that Becker would like to attend the premiere in person.
The only Becker interview of the year on Sat.1
On Tuesday (December 20) at 8.15pm, the former tennis pro will talk to moderator Steven Gatjen (50) about her experiences on Sat.1 and Joyn in the first interview since being launched. Even “Sat.1 Spezial. Prior to Boris Becker, Gatien had visited Becker in prison.
The moderator described Becker as particularly troubled by prison conditions early in his incarceration. “After being in solitary confinement for the first four days, his only goal was to get out and work. He just wanted to get some fresh air. He said he would do anything for it,” Gatien was quoted as saying by the press. exemption from week 1.
Becker also used his time in prison to reflect. Therefore, the interviewer Gatien draws the following conclusion from his visit to the prisoner. After the interview, the broadcaster will show “Akt. Special. Boris Becker – From Hero to Prisoner” and “Boris Becker – The Player” documentaries.