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La desazón suprema: Retrato de Fernando Vallejo (2003)

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Antonio Caballero ...
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Carlos Monsivåis ...
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Elena Poniatowska ...
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You must see it or you had better read Fernando Vallejo
5 April 2004 | by (Bogotá) – See all my reviews

If you have ever read Fernando Vallejo you will enjoy it more.The film shows a non-stop coverage of the life of one the best or the writer in the spanish language.Fernando is a guy who only writes about him self.He had write about biology,a gramatic of the literary language, a beautiful novel called "El Desbarrancadero, which earned him the Romulo Gallegos prize.In El Debarrancadero he tells his brother of a ethic of evil:" you cant not be a good drunk man, a good homosexual and a good pot smoker at the same tome.You have got to make a choice". Fernando is the last gramatic of the spanish language.The work that Luis Ospina did is incredible.Go see this movie now.


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