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Frida (2002) Venir al Distrito Federal y no ir a la casa de Frida Kahlo es como ir a Key West y no visitar la casa de Hemingway. Esta película, protagonizada y coproducida por Salma Hayek, cuenta la...

Frida (2002, Julie Taymor) / Cinematography by Rodrigo Prieto

“Her work is acid and tender, hard as steel, and fine as a butterfly's wing. Loveable as a smile, cruel as the bitterness of life. I don't believe that ever before has a women put such agonized poetry...

Title: Viva Frida |  Photographer: Annie Leibovitz |   Model: Salma Hayek |   Publication Title: Vogue; New York |   Editor: Anna Wintour |   Volume: 191 |   Issue: 12 (December 2001) |   Pages: pp.276-287, 340 |   Publisher: Condé Nast Publications Inc |  Caption: MIRROR IMAGE: After Diego Rivera slept with her sister, Frida Kahlo cut off her hair and began to dress like a man, as illustrated by Salma Hayek in this loose interpretation of The Two Fridas. Details, see In This Issue.

Title: Viva Frida | Photographer: Annie Leibovitz | Model: Salma Hayek | Publication Title: Vogue; New York | Editor: Anna Wintour | Volume: 191 | Issue: 12 (December 2001) | Pages: pp.276-287, 340 | Publisher: Condé Nast Publications Inc | Caption: MIRROR IMAGE: After Diego Rivera slept with her sister, Frida Kahlo cut off her hair and began to dress like a man, as illustrated by Salma Hayek in this loose interpretation of The Two Fridas. Details, see In This Issue.

Frida is a passionate, visually striking biopic about the larger-than-life artist.

This is the true story of Frida Kahlo (Salma Hayek) and her husband Diego Rivera (Alfred Molina), the larger-than-life painters who became the most acclaimed artists in Mexican history, and whose tempestuous love affair, landmark journeys to America, and outrageous personalities made them legendary.