sábado, 6 de abril de 2013

The Lone Ranger (2013) sinopsis en español

Y más imágenes para esta cinta de éxito dudoso
THE LONE RANGERTHE LONE RANGERTHE LONE RANGER Y un nuevo poster internacional (no muy de mi agrado) the-lone-ranger-international-poster
Una tal Felicia Fonseca sostiene que hay grupos que se han sentido ofendidos por el personaje de Depp, al parecer alguien quiere arrebatarle a los mexicanos su monopolio de ofenderse por estupideces.
The character in the upcoming "The Lone Ranger" still speaks broken English and chants prayers. But Depp has said he's less subservient, honors the proud American Indian warrior and displays a dry sense of humor seen throughout Indian Country. The production even hired a Comanche adviser, making it decidedly a Comanche story, and received the blessing of other tribes through ceremonies during filming. Yet Disney has caught flak for what some say is the perpetuation of stereotypes through a character that lacks any real cultural traits. Moviegoers will have to wait until July 3 to see how all this plays out on screen. For now, they're getting a glimpse through movie trailers that have left them both optimistic and angry, and wondering to what extent the new Tonto portrays actual American Indians. What has most people scratching their heads is the black crow that appears to hover over Depp's head, and the black stripes that run vertically down his painted face. The inspiration came from a painting by artist Kirby Sattler, who said his work isn't specific to one tribe but is modeled after nomadic Plains tribes of the 19th century. Depp took the image to the film's Comanche adviser, William "Two-Raven" Voelker, to ask if it was far-fetched. His answer: It's not. "There are a lot of people out there screaming who are not Comanche, as in this story Tonto is supposed to be," Voelker said. "They know nothing of bird culture. When we wear or use those feathers, we're calling on the energy of the entire bird."
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