The third movie in the Quesnel Film Club’s fall lineup is Senna, a documentary about Brazilian Formula One racer Aytron Senna.
Senna burst onto the Formula One scene in 1984 and became one of the boldest race car drivers.
The film is comprised of newsreel clips, backstage footage, Formula One footage and even car camera recordings.
The documentary follows his rise to fame, his rivalry with French race-car driver Alain Prost and his tragic death in an accident at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix.
The documentary has a decidedly spiritual thread throughout it, as Senna was a religious man.
He speaks of the importance of religion in his home life as well as in his career.
This film is a must-see for racing fans and nonfans alike.
Senna is Rated PG-13 and is showing at the Carib Theatre Oct. 13 at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are $9 for regular admission and $7 for senior admission.
Film membership is included in the price of admission.
For more information, call 250-747-7422