After attending the screening of the documentary about his last tour is rare to see Shakira still. The singer, 42 years, receives an aspect very different from the more exuberant when it goes up to the stage and, of course, without dancing.
Shakira puts an end to a tour of laughter and tears, to The tour of Shakira told in the first person
one is aware of the input the eye towards your hips, which fill the screen —and how— in the film and are now fixed in the chair, sheathed in a pair of jeans waist is very high, finish up to your face on which you draw a smile under each almond shaped eyes that shine with sympathy. Shakira in concert: ‘The Golden World Tour’, shows the right and wrong side of the tour (22 countries, almost a million of spectators), including the-scenes, and essays (where it shows the meticulous control that the artist has of his show), and some intimate moment, in which they appear Gerard Pique and their children. The film, co-written by herself, lasts over two hours and is a true apotheosis Shakira,with the camera regodeandose in every inch of the singer, and in the answer of his given to the public. “The public is pure adrenaline,” says the dervish of Barranquilla.The film will premiere on the 13th of November in the cinemas Spanish and will be on display only for a night.
how does it feel up there on that altar on the stage? “This tour has definitely been the most special of my career, for all the challenges that arose, including accidents such as a fall from my bike (rebautizamos tour Purple Tour), and everything that was supposed to be back. It was the first as a mother, and after the scare of having been on the verge of losing the voice. Able to quit there was a gift and a miracle. And sing a relief and a pleasure renewed”. The documentary highlights the incredible energy and vitality of Shakira which converts the expression to “give everything” in a tautology of its scenic attitude. Where lies the secret: in the mane, on the hips, or in the middle, in the heart? “The combination of everything,” laughs Shakira, “and also in not believe it, understand that there are continue to working, studying, discovering, evolving. When the artist believes it begins its decllve”. What Shakira does not believe it? ¡Anda ya! The singer takes to well the sincere exclamation point. “Something there is that to be special,” he admits.
The documentary, recreating the close-ups of her body and its gestures, as expressive hip movements —scientific proof that evolution was not created by the rear single human to sit on— or the self-massage of the breasts, eroticizes the image of Shakira. “What do you think?”. Uh-huh. “I don’t see it as well. There is a lot of sensuality, which is inherent to my artistic production. Part of my sensitivity, but it is not the only one. I think there is a socket, a bead of sensuality in my work, even though it is not the essence. I don’t think that my music is sexualized, there is such a sensuality present that is what I do.” And with a pout naughty concludes: “I can Not help it”.
The poetry and the sense are also integral to Shakira. In the documentary he speaks of Ithaca, and that the important thing is not to come to the island, but the journey. I Cavafis! “Yes, I love it and I have this poem printed and hung in the living room in Miami”. Turning to the mundane, what do you think of reggaeton? “You have a pattern very universal, which is recognised throughout the world. It has diversified and evolved over thousands of referrals, and styles.”
With time, the Colombia of that came out Shakira has become a great tourist destination, while Barcelona is coming to a head, and worth the phrase. “In a family where there are members with disagreements, such as occurs today in this country, you must sit down to talk,” reflects the artist. “Listening and dialogue to close the conflict.”
On the vitality she shows in the documentary, Shakira says of herself that she was not given “the button of the middle point” and hence its ability to be passionate and never stop. “I always says to Gerard. Well look at him!”, points.