Putting aside the fact the film is about our "beloved" Figo, it's a good documentary and it was nice watching all those remastered shots from the 90's and 2000.
Figo's attempt at some sort of redemption, shifting the blame on Paulo Futre and his agent. Mainly due to the brilliant 30m penalty clause Florentino put in the contract with his agent, which Figo didn't sign himself.
All in all it proves one more time how stupid footballers were and are to this day. I don't feel sorry for Figo, he betrayed millions of Cules citing being undervalued at the club. Don't know if he was genuinely sad or acting during the official presentation in Madrid, but regardless of it that documentary was admission by all who took part in the film that they were fucked in the ass by Florentino Perez. Mostly Gaspart, what an idiot, what a dull bureaucrat.
For the the simplified version is this, and not after the documentary, but before.
Figo and his agents clearly lack behind on morality and principles. They are schemers, selfish, don't really value much other than themselves.
So they didn't shut out Perez, but let him unfold his cards as they played along trying to exploit the situation for their own benefit. This allowed Perez to hook them with the penalty clause in the precontract, especially his agents, by greasing them first some some fat bonuses.
Afterwards, Figo started to have second thoughts, because the decisions to go ahead with Madrid's plan was made at an impulse. Because while he is smart, the impulse happens first. Figo's personality and human character is of lower facture, which showed early on big time. Basically he is intelligent, but an asshole, in street terms.
Tried to back out at last moment after Perez won elections and the deal was suddenly imminent, because in the meantime he had more time to process things. It wasn't possible, and convinced himself he was mistreated by the club first as a way to give himself justification. Which is a phony chickenshit way of not dealing with his own decisions, despite him playing this card with much aplomb.
And after he saw the hate of the Barca fans soon after the move was official, it sealed the deal and as he got bitter over Barca, which made him cope with it better. As in, "these fuckers never liked me in the first place, I made the best call".