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Buena Vista International (Germany)Mit Erfolg, denn nicht nur Salma Hayek als legendäre mexikanische künstlerin Frida Kahlo, die trotz Krankheit das Leben in vollen Zügen genoss, überzeugt -. Die vitale Frida (Salma Hayek) wird als Jährige in Mexiko bei einem Busunglück schwer verletzt und übersteht 22 Operationen. Monatelang ist sie. Nachdem Frida Kahlo (Salma Hayek) im Alter von 18 bei einem Busunfall schwer verletzt wurde, beginnt sie wie besessen zu malen. Mit dem Pinsel.
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From her complex and enduring relationship with her mentor and husband to her illicit and controversial affair with Leon Trotsky, to her provocative and romantic entanglements with women, Frida Kahlo lived a bold and uncompromising life as a political, artistic, and sexual revolutionary.
Diego's inclusion of Vladimir Lenin in his mural worries Nelson Rockefeller, but Frida thinks that's a good thing.
In this scene: Diego Alfred Molina , Frida Salma Hayek , Nelson Rockefeller Edward Norton. While drunk at a party, a jealous Lupe humiliates Frida in front of everyone, and all Diego does is laugh.
In this scene: Frida Salma Hayek , Diego Alfred Molina , Lupe Valeria Golino , Tina Ashley Judd. Diego and Frida work together on a variety of art and political projects, gradually falling in love.
In this scene: Diego Alfred Molina , Frida Salma Hayek. Frida asks Diego for a critique of her work and his opinion on her future as an artist.
In this scene: Frida Salma Hayek , Diego Alfred Molina. As Frida recovers from a horrible bus accident, Alex visits with news that he is moving to Europe.
In this scene: Frida Salma Hayek , Alex Diego Luna. Diego takes Frida to a raging party where she meets his ex-wife Lupe, and he flirts with other women.
Frida received generally positive reviews from critics, and won two Academy Awards for Best Makeup and Best Original Score among six nominations.
In , Frida Kahlo suffers a traumatic accident at the age of 18 onboard a wooden-bodied bus after it collides with a streetcar. She is impaled by a metal pole and the injuries she sustains plague her for the rest of her life.
To help her through convalescence , her father brings her a canvas upon which to paint. After she regains the ability to walk using a cane, Frida visits muralist Diego Rivera and demands he assess her paintings.
Rivera falls in love with Kahlo's work, and the two begin a dysfunctional relationship. When Rivera proposes to Kahlo, she tells him she expects from him loyalty if not fidelity.
Throughout the marriage, Rivera has affairs with a wide array of women, while the bisexual Kahlo takes on male and female lovers, including in one case an affair with the same woman as Rivera.
The couple travels to New York City in so that Rivera may paint the mural Man at the Crossroads , at the behest of the Rockefeller family , inside Rockefeller Center.
While living in the United States, Kahlo suffers a miscarriage and travels back to Mexico for her mother's funeral.
Rivera refuses to compromise his communist vision of the work to the needs of the patron, Nelson Rockefeller ; as a result, the mural is destroyed.
The pair return to Mexico, with Rivera the more reluctant of the two. Soon afterward, Kahlo discovers that Rivera and Cristina are having an affair.
During an excursion to Teotihuacan , Trotsky expresses his love for Kahlo's work and they begin an affair. Soon, Trotsky's wife learns of the affair, which forces the couple to leave the safety of Kahlo's home.
Kahlo leaves for Paris after Diego realizes she was unfaithful to him with Trotsky; although Rivera had little problem with Kahlo's other affairs, Trotsky was too important to Rivera to be intimately involved with his wife.
When she returns to Mexico, he asks for a divorce. In , Trotsky is murdered in Mexico City. Initially, Rivera is suspected by police of orchestrating the assassination.
After they fail to locate him, Kahlo is imprisoned in Rivera's place. Kahlo has her toes removed when her doctor notices them become gangrenous.
Rivera asks Kahlo to remarry him, to which she agrees. Her health continues to worsen, leading to the amputation of a leg and bronchopneumonia, which leaves her bedridden.
In , Kahlo's bed is carried from her home to a museum so she can attend her first solo exhibition in her native country.
The film ends with a sequence of Kahlo sleeping in her bed as it is consumed by flames. She slowly smiles as the screen fades into a painting of the fire.
The passengers in the bus Kahlo rides in that crashes with a streetcar are based on subjects in the painter's portrait, The Bus. Other Kahlo paintings either shown directly or depicted in the film by the characters include Frieda and Diego Rivera , What the Water Gave Me , The Two Fridas , The Broken Column , and The Wounded Deer The Brothers Quay created the stop motion animation sequence in the film depicting the initial stages of Kahlo's recovery at the hospital after the accident are inspired by the Mexican holiday Day of the Dead.
The film version of Frida Kahlo 's life was initially championed by Nancy Hardin , a former book editor and Hollywood-based literary agent, turned early "female studio executive", who, in the mids wished to "make the transition to independent producing.
San Giacomo's casting received objections due to her non- Hispanic ethnicity, and New Line complied with the protesters' demands, and left the then-titled Frida and Diego in August citing finances.
When I first tried to sell the project At the same time, Hardin approached HBO , and with "rising young development executive and producer" Lizz Speed a former assistant to Sherry Lansing intended to make a television movie , hopeful that Brian Gibson director of " What's Love Got to Do With It , the story of Tina Turner " and The Josephine Baker Story would direct.
At that age I did not like her work I found it ugly and grotesque. But something intrigued me, and the more I learned, the more I started to appreciate her work.
There was a lot of passion and depth. Some people see only pain, but I also see irony and humor.
I think what draws me to her is what Diego saw in her. She was a fighter. Many things could have diminished her spirit, like the accident or Diego's infidelities.
But she wasn't crushed by anything. Hayek was so determined to play the role that she sought out Dolores Olmedo Patino , longtime-lover of Diego Rivera, and after his death administrator to the rights of Frida and Rivera's art, which Rivera had "willed According to Molina, "She turned up backstage [of the Broadway play 'Art' ] rather sheepishly, and asked if I would like to play Diego".
Molina went on to gain 35 pounds to play Rivera. Meanwhile, in August it was announced that Jennifer Lopez would star in Valdez's take on the story, The Two Fridas , by then being produced by American Zoetrope.
In a December op-ed for The New York Times , Hayek stated that Weinstein attempted to thwart the making of the film because Hayek had refused to grant him sexual favors and also threatened to shut down the film unless Hayek agreed to include a full frontal nude sex scene with herself and another woman.
On August 29, , the film made its world premiere opening the Venice International Film Festival. It had its Mexican premiere on November 8, at Mexico City 's Palace of Fine Arts.
The website's critical consensus reads, " Frida is a passionate, visually striking biopic about the larger-than-life artist. The disparity lies in the fact that Frida settles for tickling a fancy where it should be packing a punch.
Although involving and sprightly, it offers the kind of guilty pleasure a Fine Arts student might derive from a glossy cartoon strip.
The American Film Institute included Frida in their Movies of the Year ,  Official Selection. Their rationale was:. Frida is a movie about art that is a work of art in itself.
The film's unique visual language takes us into an artist's head and reminds us that art is best enjoyed when it moves, breathes and is painted on a giant canvas, as only the movies can provide.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Frida disambiguation. Sarah Green Salma Hayek Jay Polstein Lizz Speed Nancy Hardin Lindsay Flickinger Roberto Sneider.