This expanded, new edition from Ocean Press, published with exclusive access to the Che Guevara Archives held in Havana, includes a preface by Che's daughter, Aleida Guevara. It also features previously unpublished photos (taken by Che on his travels), as well as new, unpublished parts of the diaries, poems and letters.
In January 2004, the film by the same name, The Motorcycle Diaries, will have its world premiere at the Sundance International Film Festival, in Park City, Utah. Directed by Walter Salles (Central Station, Behind the Sun), produced by Robert Redford and with a screenplay by José Rivera, the film stars the up-and-coming Mexican actor Gael García Bernal (Amores Perros, Y Tu Mamá También, The Crimes of Father Amaro).
motosiklet ile ilgili tüm malzeme ve markaları buypasada bulabilirsiniz.
i absolutely love the movie so i decided to read the book. the two are very different (obvious Hollywood treatment), yet both have their own beauty. you see the formation of Che's idealism in the infant stage. subtle losses in translation, i'm sure. and careful rewriting to clean it up (by the author himself, with space to fill in memory gaps). on the back of the book i have, it call Che "A Latin James Dean or Jack Kerouac" which may sell books better, but i see more Hemingway or Neruda in his style. A good read....Continua
So if you wish to read about Che the revolutionary you will be disappointed.
Absolutely loved the first introductory paragraph..."two lives running parallel"...