Honor de Cavalleria, Reflections on the ‘Quijjote' by Albert SerraDOWNLOAD PDF
This article discusses the cinematographic adaptation of Cervantes’ Don Quijote done by Spanish director Albert Serra (2006). Honor de cavalleria, which became a book in 2010, confounded and baffled Spanish critics for its lack of ‘adventures’, dialogues and characters, and the unaffected performances of the cast: El Quijote (Lluís Carbó) and Sancho (Lluís Serrat) lost in a row landscapes. The article considers the validity and strength of Serra’s controversial setting, taking into consideration some Quijote’s cinematographic ‘models’ and adaptations.
Language: itSubmitted: Oct. 11, 2017 Published: June 11, 2018