lunes, 18 de febrero de 2013

“Every time you meet someone change your life, whether you like it or not, we have met. I have entered your life and you in mine.” –Federico Moccia (Tonight tell me you love me).
Love, passions and friends are around a teenager life, but are not easy to find someone that understands and express the same way as you. Federico Moccia has been my favorite author from the lasted years. I had now that Federico was an Italian author, but I want to discover what´s behind the letters written on the novels. Each word that he writes expresses a make you feel that you had been transported to a different place and time. The first time that I had heard about Moccia was at the age of 13, my father is a passionate reader and he always like to search for new authors and that´s how he found Federico. I read as a hobby to relax myself and enjoy for while. Once I start reading me can´t stop, I could read 3 hours straight and don´t even look at the clock once. During the research process I discover a lot of new things that I am happy I know now. First, I look through Google and that was my base. Later, I had started to enter to Moccia´s world. On the school library browser I found about a bridge that is very important on one of Federico´s story. I had enjoyed looking through the web for my favorite author, and I am happy that I could make this. I hope you enjoy Moccia´s world has I do, and welcome is Moccia´s time.  "Federicco Moccia."
“There is not end, there is not beginning. There is only the passion of life.” –Federico Moccia.
Federico Moccia was born In Rome, Italy on November 10, 1963.The Italian author Federico Moccia, who in addition to creating successful literary work, was a film director, set designer and writer of several television programs. Moccia´s work is direct and simple, Ranging from his rebellious teenage concerns and aspirations. The youth culture has influenced the aesthetics of Moccia´s novels and several of the situations he describes in his novels have gone among youth. He began working in the art world of literature and has become a real reference point for generations of readers, which are reflected in authenticity of his story. His debut as novelist came in 1992 with the release of “Three Meters above the sky” (Tre metri sopra Il cielo). Federico has become the major Italian publishing phenomenon at recent years, with more than three million books sold, and he has achieved great international success with his first three novels. Moccia is the author of “Three meters above sky”, “I have Wanted You”, and “Sorry, If I call You Love”. All has been the film version in Italy. "Federico Moccia Poemas Del Alma." 

“I´m happy I´ve never felt so good, what about you? - Me? – Step hugs her tightly. I wonder. –To the point of touching the sky with a finger? –No, not like that. –Oh no? –Much more. At least Three meters above sky.” –Federico Moccia (Three meters above sky).
In Rome, as in any other city in the world, young people want to fly, looking for walking "three meters above the sky". Girls like Babi strive in their studies, speak the last word in fashion and prepare to find the love of their lives, children as Step prefer the speed, violence, risk and the camaraderie of the bands, but they all engage in life as if each second were the last. They belong to different worlds, they want different things but they have something in common: the love that will float and hold them, love them and will be changed: they will become wilder; them soft. While down there, real life and claim them. A book that captures both the young and the thirty something’s who still remember the magic of sixteen. “Three Meters Above The Sky”. Was written by Federico on 1992, but published till 2008. His First novel was rejected by all the publishers who sent in 1992. Federico decided to publish his first novel by his own count and decided to get 2 million copies on the market, which were sold quickly. He had such a succeed that an editorial offer to send the book to fame. Moccia not only sold over three million copies but has also managed to bring their stories awake interest on the world of cinema. After eight years, a photocopied copy of his work fell into the hands of a filmmaker who is interested in bringing his story to big screen. It was then in 2004 a large Italian publisher opted for the reissue of the work. The novel was made into a film in 2004, and following work of Moccia. And “I have wanted you” in 2006. Some months later, the author would extend its successful literary work with “Sorry, If I call you love” whose sequel “Sorry, but I want to marry you” has also made into film.  "Juvenil Romántica: FEDERICO MOCCIA (Biografía)."
Federico lasted works had been “Looking for Nikki” what is also a sequel to “Sorry, If I call you love”. “The walk” that was written after his father death, so is a story with more feeling than others. “Amore 14” and “This night tell me you love me” had been the most resent novels. From these list only “Sorry, If I call you love” had made into film, but “This night tell me you love me” had plans to start filming next year. "MundoMoccia." 

“Money is everywhere but so is poetry. What we lack are the poets.”
 – Federico Moccia
It is one of the most amazing phenomena editorials lately. His four novels have become indisputable reference for young audiences, which was reflected in the stories and felt its authenticity. The “Phenomenon Moccia” has begun: millions of young Italians imitated the characters of his second novel “I have wanted you” and hang on the Port Milvio Bridge, padlocks with their names. They are so many that the structure of the third century has begun to resist as endangered by the weight of the locks of love. Five- star hotel “Rome Cavalieri” is offering guest an opportunity to take part in the ritual, which was originally inspired by the bestseller author, Federico Moccia in 2006. Most suitors seek a key to their love one´s heart, but couples in Rome take the opposite approach. As a declaration of eternal love, they attack a padlock to a railing on the bridge in Rome. Rome has already “Road Moccia” quotes from his books are written on the walls of the city. Among the streets of the eternal city of Rome there are many fans that travel the “Road Moccia” recalling the places where the story unfolds on his novels. “Perfect love nest.”
“Remember, dreams and follow my advice: lightness. A smile and everything will see easier.” –Federico Moccia
During these research I had learn lot of things about Federico Moccia, such as his novels and years it had been published. The way Moccia writes I just love it, and he is an amazing writer that expresses his feelings. Moccia has followers all over the world. Let´s enter to Moccia´s world.