Just over a week ago, the short “Drive my car”, by Japanese Ryusuke Hamaguchi, inspired by the homonymous book by the Japanese writer Haruki Murakami, was awarded by the critics and the ecumenical jury that has decorated since 1974 the films that best highlight human and solidarity values, at the 74th Cannes Film Festival.
And for those who are admirers of Murakami’s works, the news we have for you will also leave you with a huge smile.
The singer Joe jonas has just been added to the list of thousands of followers of Haruki’s texts, because in an interview he gave to the American newspaper “Wall Street Journal” he confessed that, while composing his next record material, he is reading a work by the famous Japanese writer .
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When the reporter asked him about the good books he has read recently, Joe jonas He did not hesitate to reveal that “Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World” is one of the best works he has ever had in his hands. The work consists of 40 chapters and 400 pages and addresses cybernetic theory and chaos.
“It’s a pretty amazing book. It’s very sci-fi / fantasy, but I loved it,” replied actress husband Sophie Turner.
As if that were not enough, Joe Jonas is a very dedicated runner like Haruki Murakami, who in addition to being a marathoner has written a book called “What do I talk about when I talk about running” that the member of the Jonas Brothers will surely like. Read also: The collection of: Rebeca Zaga and Jasibe Metta