'Let something happen that turns us upside down'

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Write in your book 31 poems Maria salgado, whose voice opens today La Hora Extra: ‘What do I expect from life? More life. Memory. Nothing (although it seems like a common lie). Everything (even if it sounds excessively). A grip of wind. Twisted mornings inside the wind lover’s bed. Patience to reel. Erotic pedagogy. That something happens, that it happens immediately, that it turns us upside down. ‘ And we make those verses our own to talk about the future we imagine, the future as a battlefield, before and now, with the excuse that the Reina Sofia Museum has just released a series on the futures imagined by the filmmakers of the past.

Another possible future is the one you have designed Cesc Casadesús, director of Greek festival Barcelona, ​​which begins on June 27 with the idea of ​​becoming “an explosion of light and optimism.” Casadesús advances some of the lines of the festival, which this year looks to Africa, and explains why it is already written off pessimism.

We are talking about several books that are united by the presence of a female voice that demands its own story: Scenes from a Life: Marriage, Friends, and Writing (Intellectual Code), a selection from the newspapers of Virginia Woolf by Gonzalo Torné; My body too (Books of the Lince and Seix Barral), by Raquel Taranilla; Y Drug (Random House Literature), the recent novel by Almudena Sánchez, our guest today.

Also, the filmmaker Rodrigo Garcia opens soon Four days, with Mila Kunis and Glenn Close, a movie about the relationship between a mother and a daughter addicted to heroin, and shows us how the project of turning her father’s masterpiece into a series is doing, One hundred years of loneliness. And after so much activity, in How to do nothing (Ariel), Jenny Odell proposes that we regain control of our attention and rebel against those optimization dynamics in which we seem to live continuously.

Today they work in La Hora Extra: Eduardo Maura, Pepa Blanes, Emma Vallespinós and Eva Cruz.

In the technical direction, María Jesús Rodríguez. In networks, Alejandro Becerra.

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