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Meu último suspiro By Luis Buñuel,

  • Title: Meu último suspiro
  • Author: Luis Buñuel
  • ISBN: 9788575038451
  • Page: 107
  • Format: None
  • Luis Bu uel definiu Meu ltimo suspiro como um livro semibiogr fico Por n o se considerar um homem da escrita , chamou seu constante colaborador em filmes, Jean Claude Carri re, para auxili lo neste grande roteiro que retrata a origem, os erros e acertos, as d vidas e certezas do cineasta que levou o surrealismo ao cinema, em parceria com nomes como Salvador Dal e GaLuis Bu uel definiu Meu ltimo suspiro como um livro semibiogr fico Por n o se considerar um homem da escrita , chamou seu constante colaborador em filmes, Jean Claude Carri re, para auxili lo neste grande roteiro que retrata a origem, os erros e acertos, as d vidas e certezas do cineasta que levou o surrealismo ao cinema, em parceria com nomes como Salvador Dal e Garcia Lorca Escrito no in cio da d cada de 1980, o livro logo se destacou pela irrever ncia e diferente narrativa, segundo o autor, uma narrativa inesperada, um retrato meu, com minhas afirma es, hesita es, repeti es e brancos, com minhas verdades e minhas mentiras para resumir minha mem ria Esta nova edi o, traduzida por Andr Telles diretamente do original franc s, tem como grande novidade a inser o de imagens in ditas do acervo pessoal do cineasta, com sele o feita pelos pr prios Bu uel e Carri re, cedidas por seu filho Juan Luis Bu uel.
    Meu ltimo suspiro Luis Bu uel definiu Meu ltimo suspiro como um livro semibiogr fico Por n o se considerar um homem da escrita chamou seu constante colaborador em filmes Jean Claude Carri re para auxili lo neste gr

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    1. One of my favourites, as you would expect I m a massive Bu uel fan, even modeling my drinking and smoking regimens on his advice in this book back in the 80s By turns funny, angry, insightful, and intelligent, but always entertaining.

    2. This is a wonderful autobiography of the great film director Luis Bunuel I have watched several of his films and really enjoyed them This book covers his life growing up in Spain, his 36 years living in Mexico City where most of his films were made, as well as times he spent in New York, California and Paris Unfortunately, he died the year after this book was written and published at the age of 83 Anybody who likes his films or just cinema in general, should really enjoy this book.

    3. One of the great charming memoirs from an artist who I suspect wasn t that charming in real life But Bunuel was such an incredible force in his medium that he worked in the cinema He had his up s and his down s Dali not that great as a friend but he took the cultural big surf as a great surfer and basically made films that were incredibly unique, fun, and wellFantastic There is not one Bunuel that I don t love And I also love this book as well.

    4. i liked this book far than i expected to Bunuel is a story teller and his autobiography is not a linear report on dates and names and places instead it is very much a story weaving through time and very personal like a conversation where one thing leads to another associations are made and we don t necessarily end up were we thought we were going to and that is the joy of it plus i really relate to how Bunuel sees the world his chapter entitled Still an Atheist, Thank God in which he gets rathe [...]

    5. Whimsical and full of digressions this memoir may not be the choice to make for one looking for a walk through Bunuel s life in film What Bunuel gives us is a peek into his childhood in Spain, his life in the Surrealist movement, his experiences during the Spanish Civil War, his life in Mexico and Hollywood, and sprinkles in his many personal likes and dislikes, his thoughts on life and death etc It s as if he wrote it less for the public and for his descendants for that great grand child who o [...]

    6. review of Luis Bu uel s My Last Sigh by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE July 6, 2012 I m not a writer, but my friend and colleague Jean Claude Carri re is An attentive listener and scrupulous recorder during our many long conversations, he helped me write this book When I 1st encountered the historical traces of Surrealism, probably in the early 1970s, maybe even earlier, it was very exciting to me I ve always loved the paintings Then, over the yrs, Surrealism just started to seem like Breton s takeo [...]

    7. Loco, fanatico, provocador, clasista, contradictorio, Bu uel es mi psicopat a favorito y este libro un legado tan importante como su cine Mi pasaje favorito, quiz s, es cuando admite su gusto por los bastones con espada oculta Me dan una sensaci n de seguridad.Irrepetible.

    8. I wasn t sure what to expect from this book It is a memoir of the surrealist film maker Luis Bu uel As a teenager, I was thrilled to explore the paintings of the surrealists Later, in college, I saw Bu uel s Andalusian Dog and it expanded my appreciation of the cinema But I wasn t sure how interested I would be in the life of Bu uel Well, this book touches on so much of the world during Bu uel s life and it is fascinating He writes in a very informal, conversational style.Bu uel s memories of hi [...]

    9. Surrealism might seem quaint and old world and outdated in our wired and up to the second bottom line universe, but there was a time when artists operated with a code of principles and pursuits as set out in life and death manifestos Thank God Luis Bunuel director of The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, That Obscure Object of Desire, that creepy, non narrative movie where they slice open a pig s eye, those gritty depictions of Mexico City s impoverished underside, and the super sexy Belle de J [...]

    10. Mi Ultimo Suspiro seguramente el nombre de este libro fue decidido al final de la escritura del autor es como una conversacion casual con el cineasta, como si un amigo como acostumbraban a ir al final de su vida, llegara a su casa y discutieran de los viejos tiempos Probablemente esta conversacion la tuvo con Jean Claude Carriere, que fue segun sus propias palabras, el guionista con el que mejor trabajo y el mas afin en cuanto a su vision y al final de su vida Carriere es quien insistio en que B [...]

    11. Luis Bunuel wrote the way he directed sharp, sparing, and with a devilish wit He focuses on what interests and amuses him, never gets lost in details He doesn t offer a lot in the way of gossip and there are aspects of his personal life that he preferred to keep closed see his films and make what you will of his religious and sexual obsessions He doesn t scrutinize the meaning of his work there s a wide body of obscurantist film theorists who have taken on that task, if you re interested but he [...]

    12. Es mi libro del a o Lo disfrut enormemente y me alegra haberlo encontrado de nuevo despu s de lo que pas con el otro No es pesado, es muy divertido y, aunque no se comulgue con las man as y los puntos de vista de Bu uel, resulta interesante ver su sencillez y gran inteligencia La narraci n es fresca y vigorosa y algunos cap tulos son como tomarse un coctel con l Es una l stima que hable poco de muchas de sus pel culas se entiende que odi muchas y si se busca una explicaci n a las m s intrigantes [...]

    13. Extraordinario Aunque quiz s ayude, no es necesario que te guste el cine para entusiasmarte en su lectura De hecho, para disfrutarlo ni siquiera tienes que saber qui n fue Luis Bu uel ni cu l fue su obra ya que lo descubres en el libro mejor que en cualquier otra parte.

    14. imprescindible para conocer a Don Luis, su cine, la rectitud de su caracter, su grandezaun libro al que vuelvo constantemente.

    15. Why read an autobiography Not necessarily because the person was famous or achieved something important You read it mainly because his her life itself was interesting and remains relevant to this day Spanish film maker Luis Bu uel 1900 1983 is certainly important as one of the leading directors of the 20th century But he also had a fascinating life, irrespective of his films most of which, by the way, are brilliant While his ghostwriter Jean Claude Carri re holds the pen, Bu uel recounts his you [...]

    16. Thank God, I m an atheist Frankly, despite my horror of the press, I wouldn t mind rising from the grave every ten years or so and buy a few newspapers Seeing Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie and Un chien Andalou when I was 19 had a profound impact on me, not too unlike when I really discovered the best of George Carlins material when I was also a teenager just that burning sense of Wow, so there is someone in the world who THINKS like this and can express it in ART in such a way that is truly [...]

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