Cosmopolis on the cover of Godard!

Cosmopolis is on the cover of Godard! magazine in Peru

Godard!

 

The Spanish artical says

Godard! , the leading film magazine of Peru, reaches its 32nd again with a large format 100 pages and the best content. In this edition, the cover is occupied by Robert Pattinson for his role in ‘Cosmopolis’, the most David Cronenberg’s latest film, cataloged in various parts of the world as one of the best films of the year and in which the young actor has surprised all strange for her performance. Apropos of this, we present a double review of the critically acclaimed film, well as an article on Cronenberg and already famous adaptations of novels, in our section LIBROFILM. Godard! number 32 also includes revisions to its traditional great directors: two large rework the filmographies of Japanese Kaneto Shindo and Koji Wakamatsu-both who died in 2012 – as well as three essays in tribute to the Greek Theo Angelopoulos, who also started earlier this year. RANKING Section is a list of the top 20 Mexican films of the new century, with great titles, never released commercially in Peru-they deserve more attention. addition, we provide extensive coverage of the Festival of Independent Lima and Lima (Peru) and the Festival de Valdivia (Chile) and the Festival of Panama, and celebrating 50 years of the Rolling Stones, a review of the complete filmography of this legendary band. added to his usual All REVIEWS section, with a large number of films that premiered discussed in Peru in recent months. The price of Godard! 32 is S/.25.

 

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