Between the rose and the book Fluricol Want to give you The best movies in our cinema based on literary works. In our photography, this great traditional genre also makes 15th century novels a contemporary bestseller.
Needless to say, Fernando Drojas It has been adapted more than once.In Flixolé, you will see Lazaro de Tormes (2000) Fernando Fernan Gomez ÿ Jose Luis Garcia Sanchez ÿ La Celestina (1996) from Gerardo Vera. But not more than Lope de Vega A writer who often returns to the cinema.since Antonio Roman (Fuenteovejuna, 1947), Florian Rey (The pitcher, 1953) and Rafael Gil (The best mayor, 1973), experienced Dog in the manger, From Pilar Miró.
Cervantes It will not decrease.his Ji x De Has been brought to the big screen Rafael Gil (Don Quijote (Don Quijote) of La Mancha, 1947) and Roberto Gavaldón (Don Quixote rides again, 1973) and serial format, thanks to Manuel Gutierrez Aragón (Don Ji x De (Miguel de Cervantes), (1991), all these adaptations are available in Flixolé.
Galdos Brought to the cinema with a laurel wreath.On the one hand, with the Oscar nominations grandfather, From Jose Luis Garci On the other hand, thanks to Luis Bunuel Through the author’s work, this is reflected in things like Veridiana (1961) Tristana (1970), also won the Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film.
Spanish New Cinema invested a lot of literary works in its first films.Thus was born such as Aunt Tula (Miguel Picazo, 1964), search for (Angelino Fons, 1966) o Tyrant Banner (José Luis García Sanchez, 1993).From Unamuno, Baroja and Valle-Inclán, we went Camilo José Cela (Camilo José Cela), For example, whose story we saw on the screen, thanks to Ricardo Franco (Pascual Duarte, 1975).Then start from there Miguel Delibes, Reinterpreted by celluloid Antonio Jimenez Rico (The vice chairman is Mr. Cayo, 1986) and Mario Camus, In its wonderful The holy innocent.
Recent adaptations Juan Marsé We can find it in Flixolé If they tell you i fell (Vicente Aranda, 1989) The curse of Shanghai (Fernando Trueba, 2002).And those Almudena Grandes (Lulu’s time, Bigas Luna, 1990) and Arturo Pérez-Reverte, We can find good collectors in Flixolé: Master fencer (Pedro Olea, 1992), Flanders Watch (Jim McBride, 1994), a little bit (Enrique Urbizu, 1996) and Spherical letters (Imanol Uribe, 2007).
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