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Among his many passions, García Márquez felt a unique kindness to the movie's world. Back in the fifties, he wrote plenty columns about movies, and his understanding of this art was remarkable. He approach was, off course, trough literature. He admired Audrey Hepburn, the skills of Hitchcock, he love the nice films of Bogart, Gary Cooper, Gregory Peck. Of all his books, he told once, this "El Amor y otros demonios" was composed attending to the resources of film makers.There has been a lot of adaptations. I love this ones. It's so simple, it gets to the point, it talks about love, repression, sin, kindness. It has to be so tough to place García Márquez imagination trough pictures, but in this pretty images, in this outstanding photography, you can receive a glimpse of that unbelievable and charming world.A dog bite a tiny girl. The infection was regard as evil plan. A young preacher is in charge to this hard case.
My second movie adaptation of a well-known novel in 2 days at the Glasgow Movie Festival, this was a better effort than Murakami's Norwegian Wood. I have read the ebook and found it to be a middling effort for Garcia Marquez, not his best, certainly not his worst (don't even think about reading "12 Pilgrim's Tales!), and readable enough without offering anything very deep. I also know Cartagena well so was interested in how it would look on film. The film passes the time well enough. The cinematography is pretty on a slightly grainy movie that gives it a great period feel. They obviously had issues with modern life intruding on their shots of Cartagena and didn't have much budget so a lot of the photos are restricted views of a bit of colonial wall or doorway.It's a love storyline between a 36 year old priest and a 13 year old woman (nothing changes!) set in colonial Cartagena. The woman is accused of being possessed by the devil after being bitten by a rabid dog and the priest is sent to examine her and decide if she could be exorcised, although the bishop is set on this outcome, come what may. The movie is a bit more anticlerical than I remember the novel being. In the film ver the woman is shown to be normal and definitely not "possessed" while the novel is a bit more ambiguous about any unique powers she might have. The leading actress is cute wooden (probably trying to look mysterious) but the Spanish priest is well played. Other review somewhere mentioned a dislike for the mix of accents on offer but I think they can justify having various Iberian and South American accents based on the setting.
Of Love and Another Demons is based on the popular novel of the same name, by Gabriel García Márquez. His authorship has earned him the 1982 Nobel prize in literature, and while he didn't pen this novel until twelve years afterwards (and thus it had no influence on him getting the laureate) it is still one of those ebooks whose storyline feels revolutionary and inspiring. It is one of those ebooks that one, in giddy exhilaration, simply wants to share with the entire world. Unsurprisingly, someone wanted to share it by putting it on the large screen.Unfortunately, while the adaptation is largely faithful to the original story, its faithfulness is is only relevant to the final half of the ebook simply because the movie ignores nearly everything from the first half. In the book, the first half introduces the characters, gives us their positions in life, and the relationships between them. These things are essential, but excluded from the movie. Also, as I am actually going to test to introduce the plot, I would like to mention that by doing so I will, due to the movie's discarding of the first half of the tale, be presenting spoilers to those who would prefer to read it first.Somewhere - presumably in a Spanish colony in the Fresh World, which we can guess from the language spoken and that 'the world', likely referring to Europe, is told to lie on the another side of the ocean – there is a young lady with long red hair. She is accompanied by other young woman, a slave. The red haired one we eventually learn is the daughter of a local Marquis. We receive to see glimpses of the Marquis and his wife, but they are otherwise anonymous - which is rather odd since their strange personalities now enjoy a major role in why things turn out the method they do. The daughter of the Marquis is bitten by a rabid dog, her slave companion supports her home and tends to the wounds using medicinal plants. The local bishop hears of the bite and draws the conclusion that the young woman gotta be possessed. Why? There is a why but the film decided to skip that part too, despite how centrally necessary it is to understand the remaining plot. (Also, the young lady is noted to do things which one would otherwise only expect from someone with an African cultural background, i.e. slaves, but these lines lead nowhere because the film leaves out yet other essential part of the introduction.) In any case, the bishop thinks she might be possessed - Heaven knows why! From the movie, I'd blame it on early onset dementia. - and she is sent to the local convent to be treated by the nuns. To treat her, on the bishop's behalf, a young priest is sent, called Cayetano. Slowly a love blossoms between the two.And that is what this film boils down the tale to, a love storyline in unusual circumstances. This is utterly insufficient in light of how much of the original tale that is devoted to connecting this tale and its surrounding tragedies to the time period in which it takes place. The historical commentary of the ebook roars, deafening the love story, and presenting us with what the game depicts as 'other demons.' These 'other demons' - power, superstition, envy, cruelty, elitism, to name a several - are each bit as necessary to this tale as the "demon" of pure affection. Unfortunately, all of this was left out, and since the love storyline is so deeply entwined with what never made it to the manuscript, it is also left in a severely crippled state.Perhaps the historical commentary was left out to create the film more palatable? Not unlikely as they did the same with Sierva María. (Who? Well, in the ebook the red headed young lady now had a name.) In the film she is portrayed as being around twenty years of age. The odd thing is that while she moves and behaves like a young lade of that age, her lines often sound like they are made by a much younger girl. If the bishop has Alzheimer then perhaps she has a developmental challenge? No, the reason is that in the ebook she was twelve when it all began (but turns thirteen around the time she was sent to the convent), and while the film tries to create her seem older so that the inappropriate love storyline becomes less inappropriate (the newest focus on the kid abuse scandals in the Catholic Church might be the reason for this), they didn't change her lines correspondingly. The wooden enactment of the hero doesn't support either.The film has it's nice sides too. Especially the camera-work and scenery deserves praise, surpassing nine ot of ten big-budget Hollywood productions. Much of the acting is quite nice as well. It's just not enough to save the movie. It leaves out so much that it requires the potential viewer to read the ebook first in order to know what is going on. And when the storyline in itself is just an inferior ver of the book, why watch it at all afterwards?
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