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Film
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  The Motorcycle Diaries cinematronic
  director

Walter Salles

cast

Gael García Bernal, Rodrigo de la Serna, Mía Maestro, Mercedes Morán, Jorge Chiarella

year

2004

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  In a bold example of cinematic multitasking, "The Motorcycle Diaries" is a coming-of-age road movie, a biopic about a man who became an icon of noble political rebellion, and a showcase for rising star Gael García Bernal. The journals of Ernesto "Che" Guevara, an eventual leader of the Cuban Revolution, served as source material for this drama that recounts the adventures of two medical students — the 23-year-old Guevara (García Bernal) and his friend Alberto Granado (Rodrigo de la Serna) — as they traveled across scenic-to-stark South America by motorcycle in the early '50s. Guevara and Granado were comrades overflowing with idealism and youthful enthusiasm when the trip began in their native Argentina. Their destination was a short residency at a leper colony in the Amazon; the experience became a turning point in their lives, eventually helping to shape the course of history. Great expectations were in order for "The Motorcycle Diaries": It was made by Brazilian director Walter Salles, whose "Central Station" was nominated for the 1998 best-foreign-film Oscar; García Bernal, the magnetic Mexican actor with the breakout performance in "Y Tu Mamá También," scored the plum role of Guevara. "The Motorcycle Diaries" may be more desultory and less revelatory than the quixotic disposition of its legendary subject demands, yet it's a gallant effort, sensitively acted and beautifully shot. With Mía Maestro.  
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