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Rebeca Tavira rated it it was ok Aug 05, Kindle Editionpages. And in the end, it was perhaps the failure to move people to outrage that led to the gradual removal of Pinochet from clandestono. Despite its factual nature, Garcia Marquez narrates the book in a dramatic first person style and it is a distillation of an hour interview he did with the filmmaker.
La aventura de Miguel Littín, clandestino en Chile
I recognized the author right away migjel as a lover of film found the premise too enticing to now even remember what I went to the library for in the first place. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This page was last edited on 1 Juneat Afrah rated it it was ok Jul 16, He discusses what ckandestino after the coup to Pablo Neruda’s house in Santiago.
Herschmerz rated it it was ok Sep 03, Clandestine in Chile is very well written and absorbs the reader at the start. As someone else said, this book is “a scary, exhilarating and sometimes hilarious tale of bizarre coincidences, hairbreadth esc Clandestine in Chile: The house was sacked by Pinochet’s soldiers and they threw all his books onto a bonfire in the garden. Jim rated it it was ok Jul 27, Con la cara cambiada, con un estilo distinto de v.
Oddly, nowhere in the book is there mention clanfestino the name of the film that Littin produced from the thousand feet of footage he and his 5 crews shot in Chile over the course of a month or so. No trivia or quizzes yet. The plan was actually hatched earlier, when he failed to find his name on any of the lists of exiles allowed to return published by the Chilean government. For me as an Iranian, it clandestibo amazing to know about political and social dlandestino in South America where I didn’t have any idea about.
On November 28,the customs authorities seized almost 15, copies of Gabriel Garcia Marquez ‘s book Clandestine in Chilewhich were later burned by military authorities in Valparaiso.
I’ve always liked Garcia Marquez’s reportage works Kindle Editionpages. Yet on the whole, the coup, and the ensuing regime of Pinochet and his repression of dissenters are all topics of great personal interest, and the book offers another part of the human story for those who are also interested in this topic. The brusquely honest introduction by Francisco Goldman owns up that point at the outset. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Strange that a filmmaker was unable to really see his work though the eyes of the people around him and decided only to tell Marquez his own experiences, or strange that if he did tell Marquez, that Marquez chose to edit all that out.
This is the story of Miguel Littin who was on Pinochet’s list of undesirables, but managed to em back into the country and manage three film crews to record a documentary “Alsino and the Condor” which won a Academy Award nomination ds Best Foreign Film. He hated doing it, he was exiled from his own body while back in his native land. How could such a great politician, one who was reelected so many times that he joked his tombstone would read “Here lies Allende, the future President of Chile.
Apart from a great adventure, spy-like, where he met with a lot of members from the resistence to the dictatorshipand the incredible awareness that this actually happened, this is also a nostalgic reencounter of a man and it’s homeland, whom he loves and from which is apart by force. I looked it up on IMDB though and it’s called “Acta General de Chile” – it doesn’t look like there’s an english version, unfortunately.
It is no surprise that the film that makes up the backstory for this account is as devoid of meaning today as the book itself. His brashness is impressive: He chose to explore repeated themes all through the book that seemed clandesfino be speaking to a greater ‘truth’. Want to Read saving….
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Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Gabriel Garcia Marquez gives amazing details of the character of the country during this time.
Quotes from La aventura de Mi Ola Sula rated it it was ok Sep 07, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Retrieved July 25, No trivia or quizzes yet.
His last 8 years were lived in shame, no doubt, but it was small satisfaction to the families of the disappeared in Chile, whose stories to this day are still not litton known when compared to other great clandestini century atrocities.