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35e 16 > 25.07.2021

The Motorcycle Diaries

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In 1952, medical student Ernesto Guevara and his friend Alberto Granado embark on a voyage across South America by motorbike. On the way, they encounter inequality and come face to face with the social and political realities of their continent. This film, which won an award at Cannes, is more than a travel film – it recounts the political awakening of the young man who would later come to be known as Che.

  • Fiction
  • Argentina, USA, Chile, Peru, Brazil, UK, France
  • 2004 | 126 min. | Colour / black and white
  • Language : Spanish | Quechua | Mapudungun
  • Subtitles : Français
Cast & Crew
Screenplay
and on a story by Ernesto "Che" Guevara
based on a story by Alberto Granado
Jose Rivera
Cinematography
Eric Gautier
Editing
Daniel Rezende
Music
Gustavo Santaolalla
Sound
Leandro Lima
Jean-Claude Brisson
Cast
Jean Pierre Noher
Gael García Bernal
Rodrigo De la Serna
Mía Maestro
Mercedes Morán
Producer
Karen Tenkhoff
Edgard Tenenbaum
Michael Nozik
Production Company
, Wildwood Enterprises
, FilmFour
, Sound for Film
, BD Cine
, Inca Films S.A.
Walter Salles
Brazil, 1956
Filmobiography
    1986 Japão (TV Series documentary, first of 26 films)
1998 Central do Brasil (Golden Bear Berlinale)
2001 Abril Despedaçado (awarded at Venice)
2008 Linha de Passe (co-directed with Daniela Thomas, selected in Cannes)
2012 On the road (selected in Cannes)
 
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Conception: Asphalte Design - Développement: Bluesystem

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