Tuesday, November 18, 2008


Celebrated 1955 - Spanish born composer, Alberto Iglesias, celebrated for his long collaboration with director Pedro Almodóvar and charmingly colorful, refined and emotional sound identity, is responsible for the original music accompanying latest Steven Soderbergh Biography-Drama, Guerilla.

The movie is the second feature in a two-part movie production about Che Guevarra, first (Guerilla) being released in November 2008 and the 2nd, The Argentine, a month later.

Here's the plot summary and info from Msn Movies:

"Nearly 40 years after Che Guevara's execution in Bolivia, director Steven Soderbergh retraces the life of the iconic Cuban revolutionary across the span of two feature-length films -- The Argentine and Guerrilla. The Argentine begins on November 26, 1956, as Fidel Castro (Demián Bichir) sails into Cuban waters with 80 rebels in tow. Among those rebels is Argentine doctor Ernesto "Che" Guevara (Benicio Del Toro), a man who shares Castro's dream of overthrowing corrupt dictator Fulgencio Batista. As the struggle gets under way, Guevara proves an indispensable part of the revolution due to his firm grasp on the concepts of guerilla warfare. Guevara is heartily embraced by both his comrades and the Cuban people, and quickly rises through the ranks to become first a commander, and ultimately a revolutionary hero. Part two of the saga, Guerrilla, begins with Guevara at the absolute peak of his fame and power. Disappearing suddenly, Guevara subsequently resurfaces in Bolivia to organize a modest group of Cuban comrades and Bolivian recruits in preparation for the Latin American Revolution. But while the Bolivian campaign would ultimately fail, the tenacity, sacrifice, and idealism displayed by Guevara during this period would make him a symbol of heroism to followers around the world. Though The Argentine and Guerrilla were screened together at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, they were set to be released separately in U.S. theaters later that same year."

Amazon.com posted the CD with the original score by Alberto Iglesias, marked with a December 9, 2008 release date, HERE.

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