Alain Prost has revealed he has no desire to see the highly-lauded feature film about his former nemesis Ayrton Senna.
The award-winning 'Senna' movie focuses strongly on legendary Senna's on and off-track rivalry with Frenchman Prost, who was portrayed as the politicking villain.
"I haven't seen it and I don't want to see it," the 57-year-old told the Russian website F1News.
"I definitely don't agree with how they went about it. I spent a lot of time trying to explain to the makers that they are wrong," Prost explained.
The Frenchman was also asked about the late Ayrton's nephew Bruno, who in 2012 will race for Williams-Renault, a combination that in 1993 powered Prost to the last of his four titles.
"Bruno is a great guy and I mean that sincerely," he said. "I cannot judge his ability as a driver, because it's premature to talk about that, but he is a good person."