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Che's the one - the private life of icon in unique picture-led biography

Thursday, October 16, 2003 by Tim Ingham (Metro Magazine)- Guevara?s look has contributed greatly to longevity of his allure (if he looked like John Prescott, his poster might now be less of a student fixture). So when a biography is picture-led, as is Hilda Barrio and Gareth Jenkins? ?The Che Handbook?, its authors can really go to town. The pair?s biography introduces readers to Guevara the boy, Guevara the statesman and Guevara the legend, through an extensive collection of images ... read more

Film based on Che's memoirs released

Tuesday, 30th September, 2003. - Although his iconic status and charisma in modern world is undisputed, Che Guevara?s portrayal on the film has been down to few dismal attempts. Richard Fleischer?s ?Che? (1969) was slated by the critics and un-welcomed the audience, despite the timing (released very soon after Che?s death) and attractive, if somewhat miscast acting more

Maverick Malick set to shoot Che Guevara

Thursday July 17, 2003, The Guardian - Reclusive film-maker Terrence Malick looks set to take up directing duties on an epic biopic of Che Guevara. In terms of Malick's career, this would be a rapid rate of production: before his 1998 comeback with The Thin Red Line, the director had gone 20 years without making a movie. Che will star Benicio Del Toro as the revolutionary leader who became an icon of 60s counter-culture more

Cuba Honors 'Che' Guevara Who Would Be 75 Today

Sat Jun 14,2003 7:07 PM ET By Nelson Acosta HAVANA (Reuters) - Cubans marched, held ceremonies, watched special television programs and in other ways paid tribute to legendary leftist guerrilla Ernesto "Che" Guevara on Saturday, the 75th anniversary of his birth. Guevara, born in Rosario, Argentina in 1928, attained almost mythical status after his death in the jungles of Bolivia in 1967. More than 30 years later his iconic image as a bearded revolutionary wearing a beret remains a symbol of protest around the more

Comrade Che keeps an eye on British workers

Thursday, 24 October, 2002, 11:45 GMTThursday, 24 October, 2002, 11:45 GMT By Owen Booth (BBC)  - The iconic image of a windswept Che Guevara stared from the walls of many a bed-sit in the 1960s and 70s. Now he's back, keeping watch over Britain's new trade union leaders Union leaders Andy Gilchrist and Bob Crow keep a picture of their hero on the wall, so did Arthur Scargill in his heyday. Mick Rix, the general secretary of Aslef, even named his dog after him. Who is he? Che Guevara - hero of the Cuban revolution, left-wing icon and the face that has sold more posters than anyone else in more


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