Special movie tie-in edition of Che Guevara's youthful travel diaries to coincide with the Fall release of Redford & Salles's film of the book. Says director Walter Salles: "If the film reaches a younger audience, I hope it will inspire people to read The Motorcycle Diaries, to have the impression that change can occur."
"As his journey progresses, Guevara's voice seems to deepen, to darken, colored by what he witnesses in his travels. He is still poetic, but now he comments on what he sees, though still poetically, with a new awareness of the social and political ramifications of what's going on around him."-January Magazine
"The Motorcycle Diaries could easily go on to become the first Spanish language nominee for Best Picture."-Roger Friedman, Fox News...Continua
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"...