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“¡Viva la vida!” é un monologo tanto corto quanto coinvolgente, nel quale Frida Kahlo ripercorre le tappe piú importanti della sua vita, a cominciare dal terribile incidente di cui é vittima all’etá di diciotto anni. Comincia a dipingere proprio dura ...more
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