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Woody
La biografía
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Con más de cuarenta y cinco películas dirigidas y una larga carrera como actor, cómico, escritor y músico de jazz, Woody Allen es uno de los artistas más polifacéticos de nuestro tiempo. Desde sus inicios con El dormilón, hasta su último estreno Café Society, todas las películas de Woody Allen tienen una inconfundible sensibilidad que es solo suya. En esta biografía nueva y completa, David Evanier analiza sus principales obras en paralelo con la agitada vida personal de Allen. Para ello ha entrevistado largamente a sus colaboradores, familia y amigos, entre ellos a la primera esposa de Woody, Harlene Rosen, que nunca había hablado de él desde su divorcio en la década de 1960. El sexo, el amor, la suerte, la moral, el judaísmo, la eterna lucha entre la cabeza y el corazón son los temas que han obsesionado a Woody Allen y que permean toda su obra y muchos episodios de su vida. David Evanier habla de todo ello, y no elude el relato completo y objetivo del largo litigio que le enfrenta desde hace décadas con su expareja Mia Farrow tras emprender una relación con la hija adoptiva de esta y ser acusado de abusos a la pequeña que adoptaron en común. Esta es la biografía definitiva, la más actualizada y personal: con todos ustedes, la vida y la obra de Woody Allen.
Con más de cuarenta y cinco películas dirigidas y una larga carrera como actor, cómico, escritor y músico de jazz, Woody Allen es uno de los artistas más polifacéticos de nuestro tiempo. Desde sus inicios con El dormilón, hasta su último estreno Café Society, todas las películas de Woody Allen tienen una inconfundible sensibilidad que es solo suya. En esta biografía nueva y completa, David Evanier analiza sus principales obras en paralelo con la agitada vida personal de Allen. Para ello ha entrevistado largamente a sus colaboradores, familia y amigos, entre ellos a la primera esposa de Woody, Harlene Rosen, que nunca había hablado de él desde su divorcio en la década de 1960. El sexo, el amor, la suerte, la moral, el judaísmo, la eterna lucha entre la cabeza y el corazón son los temas que han obsesionado a Woody Allen y que permean toda su obra y muchos episodios de su vida. David Evanier habla de todo ello, y no elude el relato completo y objetivo del largo litigio que le enfrenta desde hace décadas con su expareja Mia Farrow tras emprender una relación con la hija adoptiva de esta y ser acusado de abusos a la pequeña que adoptaron en común. Esta es la biografía definitiva, la más actualizada y personal: con todos ustedes, la vida y la obra de Woody Allen.
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  • David Evanier (Nueva York, 1947) ha escrito nueve libros, entre ellos varias biografías. Ha sido editor de The Paris Review y ha sido galardonado con el Aga Khan Fiction Prize y el McGinnis-Ritchie Short Fiction Award. Vive en Nueva York.
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