Habla Con Ella

Wednesday, October 13, 2004, 8:00 —by oso
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Tonight in Copley Auditorium at UCSD see the Spanish film Habla Con Ella (“Talk to Her”) for free. It starts at 7 p.m. and is two hours long. From UCSD’s Latin American Studies Event Calendar:

Hable con ella (Talk To Her) is a story about the friendship between two men, about loneliness and the long convalescence of the wounds provoked by passion. It is also a film about incommunication between couples, and about communication. Talk To Her is a film about the joy of narration and about words as a weapon against solitude, disease, death and madness. It is also a film about madness, about a type of madness so close to tenderness and common sense that it does not diverge from normality.

(Spain, 114 minutes; Spanish with English subtitles)

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One Response to “Habla Con Ella”

  1. Rick W. White said on Wednesday, October 13, 2004, 15:16

    This is a big deal in Santee California, where I am awarding a literary
    prize for the best essay on the need for public ethics in our local
    American structure
    government, WHERE MY grandson has placed a copy of my good Catholic
    novel in the Santana High School library!
    The novel is @, (all but the very last scene):


    The novel cover makes reference to my American Indian Heritage.

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