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From the Bookshelf to the Big Screen: Love in the Time of Cholera





Gabriel Garcia Marquez's literary masterpiece about love and longing in a sleepy Latin American seaside town is finally brought to life with a movie based on the novel, Love in the Time of Cholera. Filmed in Marquez's birth-country, Columbia, the movie revolves around the story of Florentina Ariza who waits 53 years, while bedding hundreds of lovers, for his object of desire, the obstinate Fermina Daza. After tenaciously pursuing the famously recalcitrant Marquez for the film rights, Love in the Time of Cholera's producer, Scott Steindorff talks about his own labor of love in creating the movie.

* Scott Steindorff, producer of Love in the Time of Cholera