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Granada en blanco y negro

Vale, sé que esta entrada no viene a contar nada nuevo porque el Festival de Cine Clasico de Granada, Retroback, arrancó el viernes pasado, pero no podía dejar de escribir este post, que tenía pendiente desde hace algún tiempo, porque no podía dejar de escribir sobre el festival.
La segunda edición de Retroback, un festival que nos permite disfrutar de los clásicos del cine en pantalla grande y versión original, tiene este año como estrella protagonista a Humphrey Bogart. El actor, mítico por sus intervenciones en filmes como Casa Blanca, El Halcón Maltés o La Reina de África se ha adueñado de Granada, trascendiendo las salas de cine en consonancia con la voluntad del festival de colarse en otros espacios.
Por ello, de manera paralela a las proyecciones, Retroback ofrece exposiciones, presentaciones de libros, ponencias y la recreación del Rick's Café en el Bar Aliatar. Desde luego, si Humphrey Bogart o Audrey Hepburn (estrella protagonista de la edición de 2009) pasearan por las calles de Granada, el Bar Aliatar hubiera sido uno de sus lugares. Como lo podría haber sido el cine con el mismo nombre, el antiguo Café Suizo, el Paseo del Salón (sin las últimas reformas que le han hecho) o la Carrera del Genil, hoy atravesada por una alfombra roja que recorre la vida profesional de Bogart. En Granada aún hay rincones en los que puedes escaparte a los años 40, con más glamour o con menos. ¿Dónde iríais para sentiros como en una película en blanco y negro?


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