30 de noviembre de 2006

Diario de una festivalera incipiente (Día 5, 6 y 7) Gijón de cabo a rabo y tiro porque me toca

Ya toy en casa y porque ye tarde que si no me acercaba a un chigre pa escuchar algún cagamento. La modernez de estos siete días ha estado bien pero cuando te das cuenta de que el único hilo que te une con tus semejantes es que has compartido cuatro horas en las butacas del Jovellanos para ver una película "alternativilla" es el momento de volver volver a la España cañí, esa de todos los días. El miércoles vimos "Offside" -una peli iraní-, después cenamos porque no sólo de arte se alimenta este cuerpo serrano que tengo, y salimos a dar una vueltuca. Nada, no pasamos de la escalera diez para allá. Ni siquiera aprovechamos la gentileza de nuestros "hospedadores" gijoneses para pillarnos una tranca de ron curiosa dado que no teníamos que coger el coche para regresar a la cuenca. No sé si es que nos estamos haciendo mayores o que dentro de la modernez está mal visto el rollu borrachuciu, el casu ye que una cervezuca y pa la cama. El jueves vimos una peli checa -el ciclo se llamaba nuevos cines y yo de guay pensé que eren películas de ahora, qué va, la que vimos debía ser de los cuarenta "u más"- y una alemana "Longing". ¡Mamina!, sin comentarios. Lo mejor de la jornada el corto "Pomiedzy", una producción checo-hispana hecha por un chaval de Pola de Siero. ¡Ye pa descojonase o no!.

14 comentarios:

Ali dijo...

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Una reflexión: por qué será que cuando uno está fuera de casa siempre encuentra tiempo y ganas pa escribir en el bloj (como dice mi papá)... ;)

Madre dijo...

Pues que te paez Aiti, que esa peli que dices "sin comentarios" paezme que yela que gano?. Definitivamente tienes que ir más al cine Alternativo, pa entendelo, pero no te desesperes,esto no quiere decir, que ellos tengan la razon.....Besines pa ti y pas Xuanin

Eli dijo...

Mucho cine transgresor (que bienvenido sea) pero siete días después de «Resistencia» aún me duele el culo por los tradicionales asientos del Jovellanos. Lo tuyo asistiendo a tanta sesión sí que fue resistir...

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