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Well, in this program, the world may not transport but it's made to shiver. It's a cute nice job. The usual material is covered and nicely integrated into the professional life of Ernest Hemingway.Born in 1899 in Illinois, he disliked his stern mother and emulated his father, an avid outdoorsman. He began as a reporter then joined the ambulance corps in the First Globe War, was wounded, fell in love with his nurse, was rejected by her, married a socialite called Hadley and moved to Paris, where they became part of what Gertrude Stein named "the Lost Generation." There were excursions to Spain, They lived a modest satisfied life. Hemingway was integrated into the local artistic life, which beat the artistic life of any another town in the 1920s. His acquaintances and mates included James Joyce, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Ezra Pound. Then a rich home wrecker -- allow us call a spade a spade -- called Pauline Pfeiffer insinuated herself into their activities and stole terrible dumb Ernest away from Hadley. Out of all four of his wives, Hemingway remained in affectionate contact with Hadley.In 1923 he and Pauline moved to Key West, where Ernest became a skilled deep sea fisherman and rum smuggler, miles from the nearest art colony. Nineteen thirty-three brought his large minigame hunting safari in Africa, where he shot and killed thirty-three animals. Back in Key West he became mates with a serious journalist, Martha Gelhorn, and Martha moved in with Ernest and Pauline, who could have known better. Ernest and Martha covered the revolution in Spain. Pauline was out, Martha was in. By this time, Key West was becoming crowded and there was tiny privacy, so he and Martha moved to a pleasant house in Cuba. In the 1940s he discovered Sun Valley, Idaho, and vacationed there because it offered occasions to hunt animals. Actually a celebrity, he became mates with Gary Cooper, Errol Flynn, Ingrid Bergman, Spencer Tracy, and Marlene Dietrich. Now by this time he was more than a celebrity. He was a myth, as a boy as well as a writer, and he felt compelled to demonstrate how well the narrative fitted the frame.World Fight II found Martha Gellhorn in Europe covering the war, while Ernest remained in Cuba, chiseling the government for gas rations for his boat. Eventually, jealous of Martha, he joined her in Europe. He threatened to kick her ass. He was a poor braggart and a fine liar. In one of his reports he described the coxswain of the landing craft being lost and he, Ernest, having to say him where to go. He claimed to be one of the first Allies to enter Paris but, once there, he commandeered the Ritz Bar and drank champagne with his friends. Martha's reporting was far superior to his, and they were divorced.Nineteen forty-six: Enter Mary Welsh, the last wife, a petite girl who knew her role as "Mrs. Hemingway". Together they drank excessively and had violent arguments, during one of which Ernest took up his shotgun and destroyed the toilet of the Ritz Hotel in Paris. There followed some years of professional difficulty. He worked as difficult as ever but was turning out manuscripts he felt weren't ready for publication. And, as happens to all aging people, his mates and relatives began to die out. He took a trip to the Italy of his youth and produced a novel, which he felt was his greatest work. It got terrible reviews. Ernest launched a counter attack and wrote "The Old Boy and the Sea" in eight weeks. It's an unusual novel, with hardly a simile in it. He won the Pulitzer Prize. In 1954 he won the Nobel Prize for literature.In 1960, the Cuban revolution forced him to leave the country and transport to Ketchum, Idaho. Discovering some old notebooks from the 1920s, Ernest patched the material together and published his last work, a memoir named "A Movable Feast." That was about it. Mary was drinking heavily and Ernest's health was deteriorating. He developed a mental disease that, at the time was named paranoid state. There was no method his mates should talk him out of his delusions about being persecuted by the FBI. At the Mayo Clinic he was given a course of electroconvulsive therapy. It didn't help. He shot himself in Ketchum in 1961.The movie is made up of newsreel footage, some rarely seen still photos, and contributions from half a dozen mates and relatives. There is not too much fraudulent pop psychology. Excerpts from his letters and novels are read by Scott Glen, but otherwise the tool doesn't dwell on Hemingway's "minimalist" style, which I suspect was heavily influenced by his early experience at newspapers and by his masculine disdain for filigree. It's hard to know exactly how many of the features are true. The definitive biography is supposed to be Carlos Baker's book. Ernest referred to the creator as Carlos Half-Baked. Of course, most of the obvious facts about his life are true, but the features are often described by eye witnesses who contradict every other.At any rate, the writer is in the pantheon, though he doesn't seem to receive the appreciation he deserves, perhaps because he doesn't test large words. His motto was supposed to be "Il faut d'aboard, durer" -- It's necessary, above all, to endure. But this damned IMDb won't agree the correct spelling.
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