Love in the Time of Cholera closes Rio

Via Film Festival World blog: The close of the festival (4 Oct) will see the world premiere of award-winning UK director Mike Newell’s $50 million screen adaptation of Nobel Prize winning Colombian writer Gabriell Garcia Marquez’ "Love in the Time of Cholera." Faithfully scripted by Ronald Harwood, whose screen adaptation for Roman Polanski’'s "The Pianist" earned him a 2003 Oscar, the film, set in the late 19th century and first decades of the 20th century, revolves around a fifty-year love triangle and explores the idea that suffering for love is a kind of nobility.

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