• General 31.03.2017

    Remember that fight at the Garden? Came down to the locker room and said: boy, today is not your night. We have opted for Wilson. Do you remember that? Today is not your night. My night! That night I could have split to Wilson in two. And how just this? It ends with that give you the ticket to fight for the title.

    And to me a ticket of return to the country of the asshole. I never returned to assert anything after that night. Was you, Charley. My brother. To read these words in Spanish, has been to wait for 56 years. In the film not so much, because the law of silence – film in which Marlon Brando spit the previous phrases to his brother Rod Steiger – came to Spain very shortly after its American premiere.

    The law of silence was born out of the talent of Budd Schulberg, a writer with an exciting life, a man whose career is a true reflection of all the ups and downs of the 20th century. He was a quiet, very nice, very cultured and curious man. In the history of literature because it has been called has been in no man’s land of all less nice. Not pardoned him, recalls Jaume Vallcorba, founder and head of Cliff, the Publishing House that has been slowly publishing in Spain the work of Schulberg, who died in 2009. Source of the news:: loyalty in difficult times

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