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TOROS TRES (Bulls Three) (Guisando-Goya-Picasso)

Photo Gallery

Lightbox Gallery : horizontal

Screenplay: Javier Aguirre. Location Shots’ Photography: Antonio Pérez-Olea. Photographs, drawings and etching: Fernando González. Comments: Alejandro Cribeiro. Narrator: Roberto Llamas. Music: Luis de Pablo. Staging: José Luis Matesanz. Production: PROCUSA. Black & White. 1963.

Comments about the film

 

JAVIER MADERUELO

Apparently, the three elements: pictures, words and sounds seem to respond to non-homogeneous fields; however, the whole emerges as a solid coherent cinematographic work.

1995

 

RAFAEL ALBERTI

“Toros Tres” is fantastic. I particularly appreciated the internal coherence between all exposed worlds (Goya – Picasso – Guisando) in contrast with a kind of rhythm that could be considered a nervous one.

1978

 

MARIO BENEDETTI

“Toros Tres” like “Pasajes Tres” is equally visually based on a counterpoint. Guisando Bulls, Goya’s bulls and Picasso’s tell, in a certain way, the story of people who were watching them through centuries… /… I would say that more than being a story of bulls, this excellent short film is about the story of the Spanish gaze.

1980

 

MARUJA MALLO

Euclid’s three dimensions… /… “Toros Tres”, Javier Aguirre, a tripartite vision. Three worlds: fundamental opposition: monumental, popular, intellectual. These create a fourth world which is the own film… /… the harmonic division of 2 (square root of 2, square root of 3…) is the constant repetition of the same subject in its subdivisions. Continuous movement. Absolute movement.

1980

 

ERNESTO GIMENEZ CABALLERO

My assessment of the film was just the opposite… /… the prehistoric bulls, those painted by Picasso… /… their plebeian modernization by Goya in its Tauromaquia (study of bullfighting)…/ …and Guisando surrealistic ones.

1978