Ojo al cine
ESSAYS | 2009 | 788 pages
Andrés Caicedo’s movie reviews are entirely unconventional: in fact, nothing in his life seemed to follow the norm. In the same way literature, rock and salsa permeated his work, films were an essential part of Andrés Caicedo’s existence, they were a constant presence in his life. Every movie he watched became an obsession through its theme, the directos, the actors, the characters or the way in which it was produced. Thus the passion, vibrancy and erudition of the articles contained in this volume. Over thirty years after his suicide, these texts continue to generate great interest and much controversy. From Rosemary’s Baby, Serpico and Bonnie & Clyde to films by Claude Chabrol, Richard Fleischer, Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kubrick, Caicedo’s range is vast, and his articles offer an unusual, often insightful, perspective on many of the classic films we continue to watch until this day.
RIGHTS: spanish NORMA
BY ANDRÉS CAICEDO: Cuentos completos SHORT STORIES, 2014 Ojo al cine ESSAYS, 2009 Noche sin fortuna NOVEL, 2009 Mi cuerpo es una celda MEMOIR, 2008 Calicalabozo SHORT STORIES, 2008 Angelitos empantanados SHORT STORIES, 2008 El cuento de mi vida MEMOIR, 2007 El atravesado NOVEL, 1997 ¡Que viva la música! NOVEL, 1977