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Cuba llevará al cine la vida del cantautor Polo Montañez

Cuba llevará al cine la vida del cantautor Polo Montañez

LA HABANA. Cuba llevará a la pantalla grande la vida del popular cantautor Polo Montañez, el “Guajiro Natural”, fallecido en 2002 en un accidente de tránsito cuando se encontraba en la cúspide de su corta carrera artística, anunció ayer un medio local.

El cineasta cubano Delso Alquino encabeza un equipo de guionistas que “prepara una versión cinematográfica sobre la vida del desaparecido cantautor Polo Montañez”, cuyo verdadero nombre era Fernando Borrego Linares y quien se autodenominada “el Guajiro Natural”, señaló la agencia cubana Prensa Latina.
“Siento que la cultura cubana le debe un filme a Polo. Un personaje muy querido por el pueblo, una revelación”, dijo Alquino. Montañez falleció en 2002 a los 47 años, tras sufrir graves lesiones en un accidente automovilístico, y su deceso provocó una consternación popular solo comparable en Cuba con la que siguió a la muerte en 1963 de Beny Moré, considerado el más importante cantante y músico de la isla.

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