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In his stories Cortázar describes few physical features of cronopios.
He does refer to them as "those greenish, frizzly, wet objects," but this description is surely mostly metaphoric.
His stories demonstrate aspects of cronopios' personalities, habits, and inclinations.
Cortázar first used the word cronopio in a 1952 article published in Buenos Aires Literaria reviewing a Louis Armstrong concert given in November of that year in the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées in Paris.
The article was entitled Louis, Enormísimo Cronopio ("Louis, Enormous Cronopio").
Cortázar would later describe in various interviews how the word cronopio first came to him in that same theater some time before this concert in the form of an imaginary vision of small green globes floating around the semi-deserted theater.
References to cronopios in Cortázar's work occur in 20 short sketches that make up the last section of Historias de Cronopios y de Famas as well as in his "collage books," La vuelta al día en ochenta mundos and Ultimo Round, which were collected in a French edition he considered definitive.
Some literary critics consider Cortazar's cronopios stories as lesser works compared to other of the author's novels and short stories.
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This film has been premiered in theaters in 2014 (Movies 2014). As usual, this film was shot in HD video (High Definition) Widescreen and Blu-Ray with Dolby Digital audio.
The DVD and Blu-Ray edition of full movie was sold some time after its official release in theaters. Screenplay written by Julio Cortázar and Julio César Ludueña. Made-for-television movies are distributed in 4:3 (small screen).