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Gilda, the popular Argentinian singer of the '90s, died tragically at 36 years old in a car accident, in the peak of her career. Gilda's name was Myriam Alejandra Bianchi. With 30 years old she accomplished in 6 years what takes most musicians a lifetime, but getting there was much harder than everyone thinks. "I'm Gilda" is about a woman's arduous journey to make her dreams come true. A road few dare to venture.
Perfect tribute to one of the icons of Argentine music
For those who do not know, Gilda was a renowned singer of "Cumbia" - which is a popular rhythm in Argentina - who at the peak of her career suffered a terrible accident that ended her life, but even after her death, she is still revered, recognized and remembered by all hearts of Argentine people. The film tells what was her musical career, from its beginnings to its peak, with scenes from her childhood to help understand their motivations. The performances are excellent, Natalia Oreiro who personifies Gilda, performs this role with commitment which is evident in every gesture she makes, and the tone of her voice in the songs, which was typical of the singer. The film is emotional, it is difficult not to be moved so that the protagonist lives, even that never appealed to low blows, the making of the film is as exquisite as effective. For those who know Gilda, this will be the best tribute that could have been done, but those who do not know her, yet can enjoy a superbly performed drama, at the height of any Hollywood biopic.
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