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Sergio Ariza

Sergio Ariza

Periodista que escribe sobre autopistas 61 y lágrimas en la lluvia, sobre arañas de marte y centauros del desierto, sobre paseos de la desolación y lluvia púrpura. Colaborando con Mondosonoro, Guitars Exchange, Diariocrítico, Ruta 66... y El Hype

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“Harold and Maude”, suicides, funerals and joie de vivre

“Harold and Maude”, suicides, funerals and joie de vivre

The cult film “Harold and Maude” is an ode to life and to living it to the full.

“A Clockwork Orange”, Kubrick and free will

“A Clockwork Orange”, Kubrick and free will

“A Clockwork Orange” is a lecture on free will, fascinating in every frame.

Lost records, the hidden treasures of rock music

Lost records, the hidden treasures of rock music

The history of rock has a hidden part, although in these times of exclusive reissues there is almost nothing left out of our reach: the lost albums that never saw the light of day, the works of some of the most important artists in rock and pop music.

Alfonso Cuarón, unmistakable and multidimensional

Alfonso Cuarón, unmistakable and multidimensional

Alfonso Cuarón has conquered Hollywood without losing his roots, his versatility has allowed him to adapt to genres and budgets without losing his personality.

“The English Patient”, wild desires and rings of fire

“The English Patient”, wild desires and rings of fire

“The English Patient”, which was released 25 years ago, knows how to combine the epic with the intimate, the romantic with the restrained, without ever falling into the silliest sentimentality.

‘House of Gucci’, excessive and literal

‘House of Gucci’, excessive and literal

The viewer will be fascinated by the convoluted and extravagant story of ‘House of Gucci’, directed by Ridley Scott.

‘Last Night in Soho’, the dark side of Swinging London

‘Last Night in Soho’, the dark side of Swinging London

Last Night in Soho, Edgar Wright’s seventh feature film, sees the director of Welcome to the End of the World entangled in nostalgia, on the one hand warning of the dangers of falling into it and, on the other, paying homage to a time and an era, the ‘Swinging London’ of the 1960s.

John Prine, vodka, ginger ale and cigarettes

John Prine, vodka, ginger ale and cigarettes

John Prine may have been no innovator, his songs stemming from the folk and country tradition, with light touches of early rock & roll and rhythm & blues, but he was a master of writing memorable songs, a craftsman with a wonderful sense of humour, empathetic, tough and imaginative.

Sandcastles, the story of how Indiana Jones was made

Sandcastles, the story of how Indiana Jones was made

“En busca del arca perdida” era un soplo de aire fresco a un género que parecía anquilosado, para Spielberg solo era una película de serie B, pero se convertiría en mucho más, gracias en gran parte a su propio trabajo detrás de las cámaras, lleno de grandes momentos como toda la secuencia inicial.

Ella Fitzgerald in 20 essential songs

Ella Fitzgerald in 20 essential songs

Ella Fitzgerald’s prodigious voice exuded tremendous joy, with one of the most beautiful natural tones in history.