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La sal de la tierra

by W. Wenders, Salgado, J.R.

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Desde hace cuarenta años, el fotógrafo Sebastião Salgado recorre los continentes captando la mutación de la humanidad. Testigo de grandes acontecimientos que han marcado nuestra historia reciente: conflictos internacionales, hambruna, éxodos, etc., ahora emprende camino hacia territorios vírgenes con grandiosos paisajes, descubriendo una fauna y una flora silvestres en el marco de un proyecto fotográfico gigantesco, tributo a la belleza del planeta. Su hijo Juliano, quien le acompañó en sus últimas travesías, y Wim Wenders, también fotógrafo, comparten con nosotros su mirada acerca de su vida y su obra. (Reseña tomada de FILMAFFINITY)
  BibliotecaBurlada | May 12, 2015 |
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