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Arrugas by Paco Roca

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Lder gentleman a former bank branch manager who suffers from Alzheimer s though he arely seems cognizant of his own suffering The text begins with his admission to cognizant of his own suffering The text begins with his admission to assisted care facility euipped to interact with tenants of varying degrees of dementia Ernest s case when compared with some of the other guests seems almost benign Ernest will live out the emainder of his days here a life mediated through the fog of medicationsRoca uses the toolset of comics to seamlessly transport guests of the home into the world as they are experiencing it In one moment a man is seventy two they are experiencing it In one moment a man is seventy two standing alone in a foyer and in the next he is six and is stood up awkwardly before a oom of his new classmates A woman is pictured seated by the window in her wheel chair old and haggard in the prior panel she is a young woman of beauty and elegance iding the window seat of the Orient Express Another esident sees members of the Legion everywhere Another is transported again and again to the moment when he secured the heart of the love of his lifeThis is excerpted from one of the the happiest most sublime most tragic moments in the book It made my heart soar and drown simultaneouslyThe drama of daily living with a fading mind is told with humour and verve and a lightness of being And I found myself growing and anxious These amusing anecdotes and funny bits and verve and a lightness of being And I found myself growing and anxious These amusing anecdotes and funny bits pieces of lives gone askew were toying with my deepest and tremblingest insecurities On the surface I was enjoying Roca s book and the story of Ernest s progressive psychological collapse It s bright and colourful and lovely and well illustrated and well paced3 But in the midst of my enjoyment the terror of existence oiled and Big Muddy Blues: True Tales and Twisted Politics Along Lewis and Clark's Missouri River rumbled By the end I was panicked and undone Roca had done so good a job of exploring the gradual dissolution of selves that I was entirely exposed my oldest fear madeaw and calamitous all within one hundred pages in which nothing incredibly terrible happens save for that a handful of people gradually forget themselves And that s the magic of storyReview courtesy of Good Ok BadFootnotes1 EXAMPLESGlyn Dillon s Nao of BrownDavid B s EpilepticJoe Kelly s I Kill Giants2 Now that I have children whom I cherish there are any number of terrors that stalk the corners of my waking existence Death cancer bullies leukemia pedophiles them growing up to not like me3 Though in what may approach a caveat I will warn that this story about elderly esidents in a home like all stories about elderly esidents in a home includes the obligatory escape from the home and joyride awhile trope It was the only moment for me that skirted being a false note But eally if you e in a home waiting to die I d guess that this sort of thing probably actually happens not infreuently so I gave it a pas. Seu próprio estúdio de ilustraçãoA sua obra é amplamente louvada pela crítica e encontra se publicada com sucesso em diversos países Rugas foi adaptado ao cinema em 2012 e o filme foi galardoado com 2 prémios Goya incluindo um para Paco Roca pela adaptação da sua obra As suas ilustrações são publicadas em media de destaue como Babelia e El Pa?. As objective uality They are well composed and well accomplished Their artistry is evident and clear And than that they speak to some integral aspect of the human condition They through craft and talent and Effort And Grace Say Something To The and grace say something to the eader and often something valuable to the proposal of How should we then liveI Ninth City Burning recommend these books and movies often and without hesitation Because it isight to do so And yet these books and movies I m talking about I hate them Because ignorance is blissful Because I have a heart Because I am empathetic Because I am tuned in to our existence and its fragilities Because I am not immune to horror or terror Because the metaphorical nights are long and they threaten always the metaphorical days Because I too like many of you can be undone by simple stories told wellOne of the great glories of the comics medium and one that is continually being probed and explored is its ability to propose a visual narrative The Extras reflection of psychological phenomena Dreams visions thoughts emotives This has been especially useful in comics navigation of mental disorders1 Comics offer all the toolbox of aelentless CGI but married to a character driven Dogme 95 production Comics can do anything and that paves the way to a complex psychological narrative one that unveils effortlessly to the eaderMeaning that authors can vividly convey states of being and mind that would be otherwise difficult or costly in other media And Paco Roca uses this gift of the medium to wring out the experiential nature of the elderly in a home for those gradually giving in to the disenfranchisement of the mind suffering through troubles as benign as simple senility or as aggressive as Alzheimer s He does a fantastic job conveying lives surrendered to permanent convalescence He does such a good job in fact that I hate Wrinkles I hate it because IT IS SO GOOD AND YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY READ is so good and you should definitely ead I was younger say twenty one or so my brother Deutsche Sagen read me an account of an unpopular man in the 1600s who had been driven from a town while being pelted with stones As aesult of the injuries to the man s head his personality character and beliefs changed He was unmade and Irony and Idyll: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and Mansfield Park on Screen remade because of a bad afternoon Years later heeverted again to his former self but for me the damage was well accomplished Before I had kids2 my only Our Yanks real fear in life was losing who I was to some catastrophe like brain injury or to one of the many handfuls of maladies that assault those of old age Cognition the particular way that I perceive the world who I am those are the essentialities to my existence After all if I am not me then who on earth am IIn Wrinkles Paco Roca underlines circles highlights and writes in the margins of my fear His protagonist Ernest is an Introduzir num uotidiano marcado por medicamentosefeições «terapias ocupacionais» e sestas de duração indefinida alguns vislumbres de encanto e alegria de viverPaco Roca é um consagrado ilustrador guionista e autor de comics e novelas gráficas Nasceu em Valência em 1969 estudou Belas Artes e trabalhou brevemente em publicidade antes de abrir
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Beautifully illustrated and touching story about LIFE IN AN CARE HOME in an care home main character grapples with the onset of Alzheimers while his oommate uns scams to aise enough cash to escape It s not a long story but it touches on so many issues of aging in such a heartfelt but somehow light hearted manner I ead it in a single sitting and it left me with an air of melancholy for the est of the day Wow what a powerful and moving book I ve got a father in a long term care facility and this story particularly hit home Beautifully drawn finely balanced between humor and drama this graphic novel about a group of spanish folks struggling with senility is a pearl Hard and heart breaking but cute and sooo necessary Most of the times we don t want to face how our lives will be when we get our lives will be when we get we don t want to consider the possibility of aging We just know how to be young and we believe we ll always be So we turn our backs to old people banning them from our every day lives and visiting them just once a week or a month at caring homes or esidences not paying too much attention to them We forget they played an important part in our lives and in society and consider them useless We are so wrong Because they are still the person they once were and they still have wishes and hopes and desires Regardless of our age we never stop dreaming There s so much to learn from them sometimes they are hard to understand and difficult to live with I guess life shapes you constantly so at the end of it you are never unscathed but it s worth the effort The group this graphic novel depicts fights loneliness and isolation by bonding understanding and teasing each other creating a new family in the weirdest of places They even try to fight Alzheimer but that s always a lost battle Slowly forgetting who you are feeling you no longer understand the world around you is the cruelest most terrifying thing But these grandpas and grandmas look at it straight in the face and scream No The Necessary Art of Persuasion retreat and no surrender They keep theirebeliousness they love each other and even un away in a porsche This story touches me specially because my grandmother suffers from something similar to Alzheimer and she is almost like a baby she just demands affetion love care and protection I guess in a weird way she has grown older just to go back to her childhood or youth at the same time The point is WrinklesArrugas is not only a warning but it triggers in you the need to act and to understand and to love BoingThere are books and movies that I hate but ecommend to everybody They are good books and movies and often times are even great books and movies I Courting Scandal recommend them because they are good or great I am able toecognize their nearness to whatever we might be tempted to describe. Emílio um bancário eformado sofre da doença de Alzheimer e é internado num lar de terceira idade Rodeado de vários outros idosos cada um com um uadro «clínico» distinto e com uma personalidade bem vincada vai aprendendo as diversas estratégias para combater o tédio e a erosão da otina Ao mesmo tempo Emílio e os seus companheiros vão tentando. ,