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-you Have children. Women that you love. Some things are more important than the art.
-No. Not for me.
finally we can take a look at the transformation of Antonio Banderas as Pablo Picasso in the new season of the anthology ‘Genius’, National Geographic. In the first season, the series about the life of the greatest geniuses of the TWENTIETH century focused on Albert Einstein, played by Johnny Flynn and Geoffrey Rush, and now it is the turn of the legendary painter of origin málaga (like Flags).
Antonio Banderas plays Picasso from his 40 years on, while Alex Rich (‘GLOW’) gives life to the artist in his youth. The cast also includes Clemence Poesy, Robert Sheehan, Maria Jose Bavio, Poppy Delevingne, Aisling Franciosi and Johnny Flynn, among others; after the young Einstein in the first season, Flynn is put now in the skin of the actor Alain Cuny.
The synopsis of the series tells us that Picasso interpreted the world in totally new ways and unorthodox, reinventing, during the process, our perception of creativity. the ‘Genius: Picasso’ explores the passionate nature and the creative spirit to tireless by Spanish artist, whose work affects without remedy his private life, including marriages, tumultuous, numerous romances and constant changes of political allies and personal.
once Again produced by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer, the second season of ‘Genius’ also consists of 10 episodes and is premiered on April 24 on the National Geographic channel. What do you think of the trailer, has awakened interest in the series? Not me ends up convincing Flags by Picasso and speaking in English (I could not avoid to remember the puss in Boots), but may be by the setting of the scenes in the trailer, maybe when you see the series with its narrative rhythm normal is more plausible. I hope so…
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The news The trailer of ‘Genius: Picasso features Antonio Banderas as the legendary painter in the series of National Geographic was originally published in Espinof by Juan Luis Caviaro .
January 16, 2018
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