Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

El trovador siempre vuelve

A documentary about one of the unfairly forgotten pioneers of Argentine rock music: Roque Narvaja, who back when the Sixties turned into the Seventies went from being the author of beat hits in the years of La Joven Guardia to become a solo artist of exquisite compositions and a socially committed stand, with one foot on Third World priests and the other on the link between Peronism and Chistianity. Exiled in Spain, Narvaja played with Marian Farías Gómez and wrote Miguel Ríos’ hit “Santa Lucía”, which opened up a huge career for him in the Spanish Pennsula. This is the moving portrait of his story, featuring him as he walks through record stores, watches guitars, chats with his old mate Enrique Masllorens, and sets up a concert. There are testimonies by Litto Nebbia, Marian, Miguel Cantilo, Jorge Durietz and specialists such as Mario Antonelli, Alfredo Rosso and Claudio Kleiman. The perfect epilogue features his little-known passion for piloting airplanes. MFB

English title: The Troubadour Always Returns
Year: 2015
Format: DM
Color: Color
Minutes: 65
Seconds: 0

D, G: Roque Catania  

F: Virginia Rojas  

E: Mariano Saban  

S: Gaspar Scheuer  

M: Roque Narvaja  

P: Martín Esnaola 

PE: Débora Giammarini  

CP: Alfonsina al Mar Cine


Roque Narvaja, Miguel Cantilo, Litto Nebbia,  Alfredo Rosso, Maxi Trusso


Alfonsina al Mar Cine. Débora Giammarini
T +54 9 11 3031 0048 +54 11 4931 7327
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Roque Catania Argentina

Born in Los Toldos, Buenos Aires, he directs short films, documentaries, and TV series since 1991. Currently a projectionist, he co-directed the documentary El informe de Suárez (1995) with Gaspar Scheuer, directed and produced the choral TV documentary Evita es nuestra (2013), Ramal de vías muertas (2010) and the experimental documen...

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