I grew up with F1 at the time of Masell, Prost, Senna and being a brit and Mansell fan, I hated Senna. I thought he was an arrogant prat who thought he had a right to bully his way through F1.
It was only after Senna seemed to mellow around the time he joined Williams I found myself liking and appreciating him more. Now after watching his life story and seeing his sheer talent, and understanding the political maneavouring of his opponents (Prost), I understand that F1 has truely lost a genius.
I'm sure Senna was motionless following his fatal head injury, so I cannot see why he is depicted trying to lift himself out of the car. But this is not the way to remember him.
My lasting memory of senna was watching the tv footage as he did a lap around Monaco. He said himself that he felt as if he had entered another zone. After seeing him handle that car at such speeds and so easily, he definately had.