With the documentary 'Morente, The Passion' those attending the final day of flamenco cinema have discovered not only the artist in a pure state that is already part of the history of flamenco, but above all, the human being whose personality has marked those around him.
As Juan Verdú "by Enrique've learned flamenco, but also taught us to live and enjoy family and friends."
The documentary produced by Telemadrid has benefited from the experiences and experiences of those closest to him, his daughters Star and Solea, his son Henry and his wife Dawn, and José Manuel Gamboa friends or the same Verdú, Joe Bean, Javier Conde, Carmen Linares, Pedro José Carbonell Gabarre or "Montoyita".
Intimate moments with friends and family to come and further magnify legend Enrique Morente.
In the words of Director of the Festival del Cante de las Minas, Julio Garcia, manchego Juan Verdú, "is horn of flamenco", especially through the "Madrid flamenco" Onda Cero, but "also the Flemish promoter also around the world, "as organizer of the 'Suma Flamenca of Madrid'.
After the screening of the documentary of 50 minutes duration, Verdu himself has confessed, "I had a hard time editing this video and sometimes had to go outside to clear my head" and also compared with the figure of Morente representatives of other great art such as Picasso, Dalí and Buñuel, considering it as an authentic creator of flamenco.
Finally, Juan Verdú has had one of those stories that occur only in the great family of flamenco and that the tape can see Estrella Morente with a scarf around his neck moles.
That handkerchief originally belonged to Diego "El Cigala", but it was Juan Verdú who took it off and later, in a neglect of it, it took Estrella Morente.
The moral: Morente the spirit of all is between the family and friends.