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"Las campanas de Hemingway", por Ignacio Camacho

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El pasado domingo alguien tuiteó este artículo de Ignacio Camacho. Una vez leído quise guardarlo. Fue publicado en el diario @abc_es


Las campanas de Hemingway… 540 more words


Jubal (1956)

In the decade of the 1950’s the western was at it’s peak in popularity between movies released theatrically and the overwhelming amount of shows being made for television like Gunsmoke and Maverick. 1,195 more words

Daily Take

Weekly Photo Challenge: Victory

Victory for Democracy

On a visit to Warsaw I came across this interesting piece of street art – a huge canvas poster of Gary Cooper as Marshall Will Kane in the film… 198 more words


A Tin Star

#27—High Noon


I don’t know if it is coincidence or if it was planned that the last couple of movies centered round one many fighting against incredible odds. 681 more words

Film Review

High Noon (1952) - Updated

Drums softly beating. A voice mournfully bellowing,”Do not forsake me, oh, my darlin‘.” It can only mean one thing; the beginning of High Noon, a western that has grown near and dear to my heart in the recent years. 890 more words

Long Review

Rachel Podger's Magnificent Mozart

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

When I was young and just started listening to classical music, I had a slight disdain for Mozart. “Too easy”, for kids, or similar stereotypes. 440 more words

Album Review

Mini-Review: Bridge of Spies

Bridge of Spies

PG-13, 141 Minutes, 2015

About: Lawyer must negotiate for trade of spies with USSR because once upon a time we let civilians do that. 258 more words