Question by  Amy (21)

Are there any movies that can relate to the book, "One Hundred Years of Solitude"?


Answer by  Daniell (160)

As of 2010, there have not been any major movie adaptations of One Hundred Years of Solitude. This is probably a result of the complexity of the novel, featuring many settings and characters interacting in different times. Japanese director Shuji Terayama has staged a play and directed a movie loosely based on the book.


Answer by  patti (29325)

The book by Gabriel García Márquez was never made into a movie. His work is typical of the literature of Latin America in that it is sweeping and dramatic, while at the same time integrating elements of the mystical and magic throughout in the way of dreams, spirits and longings. A few of his other books have made into films.


Answer by  Gingercakes (920)

I cannot find a movie, just some plays that are slightly related. However, one of the main themes of that book is magical realism, and that is why the author Marquez won the Pulitzer prize. The wiki entry for it has a good overview of the book and main characters and plot line.


Answer by  daryatarawneh (56)

Dear i read that they author refused to sell for movie rights, and his sons and grandsons are refusing too. so i don't think that we will have a movie version of the book.


Answer by  Amy27 (9)

The film "Farewell to the Ark" by Shuji Terayama is a loose and not officially authorised adaptation of the book "One Hundred Years of Solitude".


Answer by  elecstorm83 (167)

Yes. Dr. Zhivago. This movie shows Russia at the beginning of the Bolshevik Revolution. As revolution takes place, the protagonist must choose between his own morals and the morals of the mob. One Hundred Years of Solitude here would be that Dr. Zhivago gets no advice from friends.


Answer by  brandenpal123 (1)

books are for fags

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