Buenos Aires –
Argentine musicians Charly García and Gustavo Cerati and Mexican Álex Lora will be portrayed in a documentary series promising to show intimate and unpublished aspects of their lives and will be published on November 11 by National Geographic.
BIOS. The dwellings you have marked are a docu-reality that will tell in two hours episodes the story of four Latin American artists. The fourth will be announced in the next few weeks of the channel, which announced it will be Brazilian.
"We did not mean to tell the complete story about the life of each of these characters, we focused on telling the person behind these characters through real moments of life and intimate material," said Diego Reck, executive vice president of National Geographic partners for Latin America.
The first episode will be featured on Nov. 11 and will feature in Argentina and the rest of Latin America – less Mexico – Garcia's story from training sui generis until the separation of Serú Girán, to the birth of his solo career Walking from bed to living room, consecration with Modern clicks and the most difficult moments. On the same day, the Lora program will be broadcast only in Mexico, which this year commemorates 50 years with El Tri, where the musician will share his vision and places where he played.
Nov. 25 will be the turn of Cerati, the leader of Soda Stéreo, who died in 2014. Reck said the family had contributed intimate material that had not been seen before, and that the episode would show her first girlfriend to listen to an unreleased song on tape the musician has composed – and the emotional moments of their children entering their childhood homes. (E)