GOOD MORNING DAY

BUEN DIA DIA

By Eduardo PINTO, Sergio COSTANTINO

PRIMER PLANO FILM GROUP SA - as SALES All rights, World

Documentary - Completed 2010

Miguel Abuelo's size as a rock artist has often been neglected in favor of more mundane aspects of his complex personality. His own son, Gato Azul,riding his motorcycle acts as guide through a Buenos Aires night in which appear, here and there, the deep scars of the live of the singer in this world.

    • Year of production
    • 2010
    • Genres
    • Documentary
    • Countries
    • ARGENTINA
    • Languages
    • SPANISH
    • Duration
    • 95 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Eduardo PINTO, Sergio COSTANTINO
    • Writer(s)
    • Eduardo PINTO, Julieta LEDESMA, Sergio COSTANTINO
    • Producer(s)
    • Sergio COSTANTINO
    • Synopsis
    • A key figure in the birth and height of the Argentine rock scene, the stature of Miguel Abuelo as an artist has been often dismissed in favor of the most trivial aspects of his complex personality. This documentary sets the record straight and reveals the genius behind the writer of “Diana divaga” and “Tema en flú sobre el planeta”, through a huge and strange archive that includes generous dosages of Abuelo’s voice singing or talking about himself. His own son, Gato Azul Peralta, officiates as the tour guide through the night of Buenos Aires, where we can see the deep traces left by the poet and singer in his run through this world. Gato Azul also talks to some of the many interviewees (including other rock legends like Spinetta and Calamaro), specially Gustavo Bazterrica, a huge and intense character worth hearing and watching. His voice, the rest of the voices, the songs both on as a solo artist and with the Abuelos de la Nada, all leave us with the feeling that Miguel Abuelo’s masterpiece was none other than his own life.
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