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Journalism & Communication
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Name Instructor Task Date Chicano Movie Reflections on Chicano movies portraying the massacres that afflicted nations such as Guatemala, Argentina and Columbia gives viewers vital lessons in history worth recalling. These lessons act as deterrent and a warning to governments around the Latin region and other parts of the world on the dangers of killing civilians on the pretext of solving political differences.
Several reasons abound why El Norte and The Official Story movies were made especially in the reflection of women’s lives from different perspectives. For instance, in both movies, the directors were attempting to expose the plight of women in the face of adverse atrocities caused by civil war when there is little intervention (Elena & Marina 112). El Norte reflects the lives of two native youths forced to escape Guatemala at the start of the 1980s because of political violence and ethnic bloodletting that eventually resulted to Guatemala Civil War. The decision to escape depicts a serious desperation that characterizes the fate of the two lead characters that are both young and confused in life. On the other hand, The Official Story is premised on the Dirty War in Argentina that resulted to the forced disappearance of leftist rebels who opposed the government. In that aspect, the upper middle class family that has adopted an illegal child comes out as aloof from the unlawful stealing of children from jail after the arrests of their parents. ...
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