I watched The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner. It's good and thankfully short since there isn't too much insight to be gained. The best thing is a very Herzogian idea that Steiner was too perfect.
To my mind, he's the greatest ski-flyer there ever was. His 179-meter jump at Oberstdorf was, after all, 10 meters more than the present world record. But it didn't make him world champion, you might say just because he flew too far, and the jury had to interrupt the jumps and start from a shorter run. So his over-long flights were all discounted."
I'm still going with Hearts and Minds.