Ernesto Guevara's The Motorcycle Diaries DVD is not the travel journal of the man who would become one of Time Magazine's "icons of the century." Rewritten by Guevara several years after the journey took place, Motorcycle Diaries DVD is a memoir. The Motorcycle Diaries DVD release was February 15th. The entries from his travel diary depicting the events and people encountered on the trip provide a rare opportunity to witness the retracing of a remarkable man's destiny from its earlier state on the Motorcycle Diaries DVD.
The Motorcycle Diaries DVD originated at South Fork Pictures with executive producer Robert Redford, and producers Michael Nozik and Karen Tenkhoff of Wildwood Enterprises. They immediately saw the project as a prime opportunity to work with Walter Salles. To bring the coming-of-age Motorcycle Diaries DVD to the screen, the filmmakers enlisted the aid of someone who had been close to the material since its first publication -- Italian journalist and documentation specialist Gianni Minà. To balance the Motorcycle Diaries DVD's portrayal of the two main characters, Rivera drew from both Guevara's travel diary and Granado's own account of the trip. On the day of the Motorcycle Diaries DVD release, experience the rich and complex human and social topography of the Latin American continent as it is unveiled in all its glory as two friends experience life at its fullest. The Motorcycle Diaries DVD, directed by Walter Salles (Central Station, Behind the Sun), is adapted by José Rivera from the journals of two real-life young Argentines, Alberto Granado and Ernesto Guevara de la Serna - the latter of whom would become "El Che." Own this inspiring film on the day of the Motorcycle Diaries DVD release to see Ernesto and Alberto discover an affinity for humanity within themselves, and a determination to change the world.