Eva Peron - Former First Lady of Argentina
Eva Peron was the First Lady of Argentina from 1946 until her death in 1952 and was the inspiration for the stage play and movie "Evita!"
Evita - The Real Life of Eva Peron
This paperback book gives insights into the life of the former first lady that aren't covered in the play or movie.
Evita, the Documentary
From Amazon: Long after Evita was embalmed and secretly buried under a fictitious name in Milan, the former First Lady of Argentina once again was catapulted to fame after Andrew Lloyd Webber's stage musical. A few years later, Alan Parker's movie adaptation of the same would contribute the necessary ingredients to transform a historical character into a Hollywood fantasy of mythical proportions. But the complexity of the circumstances surrounding her life, her quest for glory and tragic ending deserved a more realistic approach and that is exactly what Eduardo Montes-Bradley accomplished with his outstanding portrait of the legendary woman. "Evita", the documentary, unveils the genuine and ambiguous nature of the young actress that ruled -with iron fist- the lives of millions. More than three thousand photographs, hundreds of hours of archival footage and recordings produced by the Peronist propaganda machine half a century ago, were unearthed and meticulously researched to bring this dynamic, larger-than-life protagonist back to life. "Evita", by Eduardo Montes-Bradley, spares no conflict, nor softens the sharp edges of a questionable life placing the unfeigned character back in her real dimension.
Eva Person Quotes
- I have one thing that counts, and that is my heart. It burns in my soul, it aches in my flesh, and it ignites my nerves: that is my love for the people and Peron.
- My biggest fear in life is to be forgotten.
The Mystery of Eva Peron DVD
Featuring rare film materials and interviews with Eva's personal acquaintances, critics and historians, a balanced and finally complete picture emerges of Evita's life, death and the history of postwar Argentina. Interspersed with this fascinating portrait of an ambitious woman's rise to power is the bizarre story of her embalmed corpse, illustrating, decades after her death in 1952, the continuing power of her life.
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