Eduardo Sacheri: La pregunta de sus ojos



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Of the 1970s Sacheri s tale reveals the underpinnings of Argentina s Dirty War and takes on the uestion of justice what it really means and in whose hands it belongs The original Argentinean title is called El secreto de sus ojos that later became the basis for an Oscar winning film called The Secret in Their Eyes in Argentina directed by Juan Jos CampanellaThe story opens with Benjam n Chaparro who is a bureaucrat working as a deputy clerk in the Palace of Justice or the Argentinian court of justice Now he is about to retire from his position and is planning to write a novel about a man named Ricardo Morales whose oung pregnant wife was brutally raped as well as murdered in the very comfort of their marital home Soon Morales is ruled out of the list of suspects and further intervening reveals that the killer is lurking somewhere near them or someone who is close to the woman Thus when Chaparro shows few old snapshots of some men to Morales his facial expression changes and thus judging from a hunch as well as on Morales expression Chaparro risks his life to capture this killer and becomes successful four Neptunes Daughter (The Atalantium Trilogy, years later But due to inner as well as political corruption in the judiciary and the then periods of Argentinian Dirty War allows the killer to walk free who soon disappears into thin air This is the central story of the book that occurs in the time frame of late 60s whereas the present is tuned to the early 90s when the story opens with Chaparro and his idea of his manuscript The present story is where the author narrates about Chaparro s secret love interest which he harbored within himself for over 30ears although after two unsuccessful marriages he is still in love with his then colleague cum intern Irene Hornos who is now a judge of the courtThis novel is the perfect example of a complex plot that stitches the threads of complexities into the minds of its readers with it s intricate structure of the mystery Swaying between two timelines and in between two narrative styles while describing the present the author uses the third person POV of Chaparro and while describing the past he uses the first person POV of Chaparro the author never loses away from the exact emotion of the storyline suspense and anticipationThe prose is absolutely reminiscent thus knotting the brains of its readers with nostalgia layered with suspense and the urge of finding out what happens next never leaves the room The pacing is really good although at times Chaparro s difficulty as well as uncertainty in writing a story from his past with so many unfilled gaps proved to be a bit dull in the already intriguingly glowing plotThe mystery is wrapped under a corrupted judiciary as well as dirty politics in Argentina which proved to be a strong backdrop for this story thus making it engaging as well as thought provoking for its readers Dirty War is the period when political violence was at it s peak due a defect inside the ruling government of then time lasting from 1976 to 1983 This unstable as well as fractured Argentinian society is vividly described in Chaparro s past with lots of in depth details The author even lets his readers uestion a society so heavily corrupted as well as Chaparro s methods in solving the crimeThe complex characterization proved to be a boon for this plot from the murdered victim to the secret lover to the killer to the windowed man to the murdered best friend to the protagonist each and every one uestions the readers minds and leave a long lasting fragrance of their complicated demeanorOverall this is a brilliant example of Sacheri s literary work And do read this book if Die Mystikerin you ve watched the original Argentinian movie or is planning to watch the latest Hollywood version of this book that is directed by Billy Ray featuring a star cast actors like Julia Roberts Nichole Kidman Chiwetel Ejiofor Dean Norris Micheal Kelly etc that will release in the month of October 2015Verdict Always catch a book before it s movieadaption glitters up the silver screen and when it s movie adaption has secured an Academy Awards thenou must read it I appreciated the subtle art of this tale of compromised justice and unfulfilled love in the context of life under the brutal regime in Argentina in the 60 s and 70 s Benjam n Chaparro is an administrative clerk who helps coordinate judicial oversight of criminal cases in Buenos Aires In his retirement he takes up the task of making a novel about an old case that changed his life and moved him to action beyond just a cog in a machine In the process we get a wonderful example of acting on basic human empathy can lead one to sacrifices that can put integrity as a chapter into one s personal storyThe case involves a rape and murder of the wife of bank clerk Morales His total devotion to his wife and irreconcilable grief undermines Chaparro s usual distance from his cases As a man whose love relationships are marked by failure he can t help envying Morales even in his loss for his ability to love so deeply The inability of the system Chaparro serves to find justice for Morales eats at him so much that ears later he pursues a private investigation His own infatuation with a married judge and experience with reading her eyes allows him to identify a suspect based on a photo capturing such a look given to the murdered woman hence the titleChaparro s obsession with this case leads him to team up with an honest cop and to effectively tap the skills at deception of a colorful alcoholic colleague Sandoval His friendship and work with these characters is wonderfully drawn I don t want to spoil the story so I will merely say that the successes in solving the crime are undermined by the repressive regime they are working under and Chaparro pays a big price for his efforts The resolution decades later takes a surprising twist Inuiring minds will want to know if Chaparro finds love and fulfillment as a human being Readers considering reading this novel will be challenged by the structure of a narrator interrupting the tale over his process and reflections on his own motivations in carrying out the writing I personally found this meta aspect a barrier to immersion in the story Also with our direct access to the feelings of the narrator I found it implausible that life under the regime was not infused pervasively with numbing terror I am led to take the story as a bit of a parable along the lines of Coetzee s novel Waiting for the Barbarians. An contra la impunidad la burocracia del sistema judicial las miserias propias ajenasUna historia protagonizada por hombres ue hicieron de la búsueda de la verdad un destino; de la memoria un camino imprescindible de la lealtad un culto ue trasciende el tiempo las distancias la muer.

I really enjoyed the film a few ears ago and the book lived up to my expectations The structure of the book worked very well for me A few Einführung in die deutsche Sprache der Wissenschaften years ago I watched the Oscar winning Argentinian movie El Secreto de Sus Ojos 2009 vt The Secret in Their Eyes and absolutely adored it I bored people by recommending it to them not once or twice but incessantly For the same reason I ve avoided the 2015 Hollywood remake At the time I was startled to find there was no English language translation of the novel upon which the movie was based but I discovered recently that Other Press had corrected this oversightBenjamin Chaparro is retiring from his position as deputy clerk in the court of an investigative judge and decides to fill his idle hours by writing a book based on one of the most affecting cases he had to deal with the brutal rape and murder of aoung woman and his attempts to solve the crime in hopes not so much of justice as of bringing some solace to the soul of the victim s bereft husband Complicating his efforts were the fact that during the period in uestion Argentina was suffering under the brutal rule of the military junta its citizens being subjected to the Dirty War in which perhaps tens of thousands of civilians were disappeared for resisting the government or just having dangerous ideasBenjamin and his sidekick Sandoval plus a rare honest cop Inspector Baaz fairly soon worked out the most likely suspect and eventually coaxed a confession out of him but the man wasn t long in prison before he was suddenly released and as an obvious sociopath recruited into one of the secret police s gangs charged with seizing torturing and murdering supposed enemies of the state or simply anyone who d pissed someone off Since the man in charge of that death suad was an oafish clerk whose dismissal Benjamin had brought about because of the man s vicious corruption and incompetence at the start of the Morales case clearly the life of Benjamin himself was now suddenly in grave danger That s the first part of the tale that we re told by Benjamin s book chapters from which form the bulk of this novel interspersed among other sections describing Benjamin s life in the present day as he forces himself to persist in writing his memoir while also confronting his decades long cowardice in not declaring himself to the woman he s loved all that time Judge Irene Hornos since first he set eyes on her when she was a oung internAlthough the overall story is much the same there are some uite major differences between the book and the movie most notably that in the movie Irene plays an active role in the investigation whereas in the novel she s not involved in it at all Had ou asked me beforehand if I thought this difference would represent a weakness in the novel I might very well have said Hai nhà yes in fact it proved to be nothing of the sort I now simply cannot decide which version of the tale I preferWhat I can tell is that the novel bowled me over every bit as much as the movie did back in 2010 I found it absolutely gripping both because I was desperate to follow the events and because I liked the central characters of Benjamin Sandoval and Baaz so much Benjamin in particular whose freuent judgements of others as craven idiots seem curmudgeonly at first untilou have to concede in light of their actions that he s being no than frank It was Argentina s tragic misfortune that the craven idiots managed to take over the country and brutalize so much of societyThis is a powerful and a moving book What s surprising at least it surprised me is how much humor Sacheri manages to inject into it even as the tragedy unfolded I found myself chuckling from time to time thanks usually to being in the company of the excellent Benjamin John Cullen s translation is beautifully fluent The Secret in Their Eyes is a novel to cherish Benjam n Chaparro is a retired detective who is writing a book about a murder case he worked on Harry Potter a Me Ka Pōhaku Akeakamai: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone in Hawaiian years ago and as he revisits the details of the investigation he also recalls the beginning of his long unreuited love for Irene Hornos then just an intern now a respected judge Set in the Buenos Aires of the late 1960s Sacheri s tale reveals the underpinnings of Argentina s Dirty War and takes on the uestion of justice what it really means and in whose hands it belongsLast week I got so excited about a fantasy series that I stayed up way too late to finish 3 books in a little over a week By the time I finally remembered about the tendency of time to keep going no matter how engr This author employs some stylistic affectations ranging from the merely distracting to the downright annoying The worst of these uirks is the freuent interruptions from the main character narrator so he can tellou about his writing process These constant shifts made it impossible for me to follow the thread of the narrativeI was also put off by the excessive use of foul language I m not bothered by it in small doses but this book is loaded with f bombs and the word asshole is used NINE times on page 31 Profanity is a crutch for crippled minds and for those who need to expand their vocabulary This novel was so interesting and compelling that I finished than half of the book in one day I literally couldn t put the book down Having watched the film I thought that I wouldn t be as engaged with the book because I knew or less how the story was going to unravel I couldn t have been wrong Sacheri brought his character to life with his wonderful descriptions and dialogues filled with emotions and every day phrases I felt as if I could run into Chaparro or Sandoval or even the corrupt policemen any day of the week I really liked the changes between first person and third person narrator It was really intersting to see what went through Chaparro s mind while writing his novel I ve always been fascinated by the act of writing and the different insights we got of writer Chaparro were very appealing to meI m really surprised about how much I loved both the film and the book I m one of the the books are so much better than the films type of person but in this particular case the book and the film managed to amazed me in or less the same degree in spite of the changesA very good and appealing story orchestred by an extremely talented author I liked Sacheri so much that I m even considering reading his football related work 910 La pregunda de sus ojos I like the sound of the Spanish title the melodic twang that. Treinta años atrás cuando Benjamín Chaparro era prosecretario en un juzgado de instrucción llego a su oficina la causa de un homicidio ue no pudo olvidar Ahora Falling Through Clouds ya jubilado repasa buena parte de su vida las instancias de ese caso sus insospechadas derivaciones la historia de un amor

Tempts me to put on an album by Astor Piazzolla in the background I knew what to expect after watching and loving the movie version that won an Oscar for Best Foreign Film Actually I wish I had discovered the book before seeing the movie because some of the urgency and some of the surprising revelations are lost in a second reading I understand Eduardo Sacherri actually worked on the script so it shouldn t be a surprise that it was such a good adaptation Still I believe some aspects were better handled in the movie especially those involving IreneFor those who are unfamiliar with the story the book is a police procedural a political thriller an existential introspective journey a moving love story that transcends death another romantic entanglement that somehow cannot make the translation from eyes to words The police procedural referes to the investigation led by a functionary in the Justice Department Benjamin Chaparro into the gruesome murder of Liliana Colotto a oung housewife in a typical Buenos Aires suburb The political thriller refers to the impact of the military dictature on the life of ordinary citizens and on the distortion of justice when it is put in the service of state terrorism The existential angle comes from Chaparro looking back at his life after his retirement from the administrative post and examining his obsession with the Colotto case and his relationship with his two former wifes with his colleagues and enemies bureaucrats arrivists activistss The love that continues after death is the story of the oung widower Ricardo Morales who is a dead man and twenty six and can t give up on the idea of justice for his murdered wife The romance without words is the passion of Chaparro for his colleague and later boss in the Justice department Irene Hornos The different threads are in fact inseparrable and each one determines the other in a chain of causality that I found both chilling and convincing in their casualness it could happen to anyone anywhere where people consider themselves above the law Here s how Morales explains it Do ou want me to tell A Menagerie of Heroes you the truth I simply applied the existential principle that governs my life It s my maxim Everything that can go bad is going to go bad And its corollary everything that seems to be going well will turn sooner or later to shit Among many highlights in the novel I couldn t let pass the friendship between Benjamin and Sandoval his brilliant but booze addled colleague sometimes we men feel secure if we treat those we love a little coldly who sometimes feels like he carries all the pain of the world on his shouldersSpecific to the book are the confessional chapters of Benjamin working on the book uestioning his memory his motives and his capability of accurately putting thought on paper This inclusion of the author into the story adds a layer of authenticity of personal involvement of actual people and situations being recounted In the afterword I found a mention of actual events that inspired the story the release of criminals from a state prison that later found their way into hit suads dissapearing people who made the powerful uncomfortable I guess when there are thingsou can t say the words have to come out through Mr. Fix-It your eyes is the key to both the title and the investigation The longears put into the research for the case the scarcity of direct physical evidence the introverted investigator the careful characterizations the general downbeat tone of the narrative and the political musings all these elements make me draw parallels to the Nordic crime novels especially the ones featuring Inspector Martin Beck from the Maj Sjowall Per Wahloo series and recently the Kurt Wallander booksHighly recommended This book was amazing I am amazed that a mystery with such an intricate plot could have been made into a movie and an Oscar winning movie to boot Sacheri s book rates as my top mystery of the The Complete Photo Guide to Slipcovers year maybe even longerRecently retired judicial officer Benjam n Chaparro has decided to begin his retirement by writing a book His reasons are twofold to purge himself of the 30ear old cold case that has dogged his career and also to provide an excuse for freuent visits to a coworker that he has had a crush on for decades As his story within a story unfolds the reader is introduced to an intriguing cast of characters on either or both sides of the law as Chaparro works to resolve a tragic rape and murderI highly recommend it After watching this book s film adaptation the Argentinian version three separate times it was about time I read the novel it was based onI absolutely love the film and now I enjoyed the book It s all about the characters specially that of the main one Chaparro and his coworker Sandoval In the story Chaparro is reflecting back on his life and trying to write a book about the brutal murder of a Nazo no Kanojo X, Vol. 1 young woman 30ears ago The novel takes place in Argentina during the late 60s and throughout the 70s and 80sI read the book in Spanish which is the original language I have not read it in English so I don t know how good the translation is The original title is THE UESTION IN THEIR EYESLa Pregunta de sus Ojos when the movie came out the title was changed I enjoyed it and recommend it The brevity or prolonging the life of a human being depends primarily on the flow of pain that person is forced to endure Eduardo SacheriEduardo Sacheri an Argentinean author has penned a gripping novel The Secret in Their Eyes which has later been translated into English after this book s movie adaption won an Oscar for the Best Foreign Language Film in 2010 So they call it the novel that became an Oscar winning film which traces the story of a retired investigator trying to write a novel based on a decade old rape cum murder of a Tarikh Se Kuch Nahin Sikha young married woman and in the process of going through the past old memories as well as romances cloud up his soul thus re opening the window to his much cherished past but it comes with a price and with some mind blowing revelations both personal as well as politicalSynopsis Benjam n Chaparro is a retired detective still obsessed by the brutal decades old rape and murder of aoung married woman in her own bedroom While attempting to write a book about the case he revisits the details of the investigation As he reaches into the past Chaparro also recalls the beginning of his long unreuited love for Irene Hornos then just an intern now a respected judge Set in the Buenos Aires. Ecreto ue lo mantiene acorralado entre la pasión چهار تیاتر y el silencio El autor de “Esperándolo a Tito” propone en esta su primera novela una trama policial ambientada en los años sesenta setenta en una Argentina ue paulatinamente se sumerge en la violencia política cuyos personajes luch.

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Eduardo Sacheri Buenos Aires Argentina 1967 es un escritor argentino Licenciado en Historia ejerce como profesor de secundaria y universitario Comenzó a escribir cuentos a mediados de la década de 1990 relatos futboleros ue encontraron una amplia audiencia gracias a la difusión ue de ellos hizo Alejandro Apo en su programa “Todo con afecto” ue se emitía por Radio Continental1 Reconoci