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“Making Revolutionary Cuba” has its basis in four years of oral histories and research that had its gathering in Cuba, US, and Puerto Rico. The story addresses critical gaps in the knowledge we have about the political conditions and the experiences that led to the Cuban Revolution of 1959. The research overturns usual standard narratives that lead to the reduction of the story of Batistas downfall. There are also the creative guerrilla strategies together with the magical charisma of Fidel Castro. The Stones in the making of their documentary are not of interest in beguiling the senses of cinematic superfluities. The producers of the documentary believe so thoroughly in the accomplishments that came from the revolution to date, and with the goals of the revolution. The documentary did not waste any time in trying to balance all the pros of the revolution with even a few cons of the revolution (Stone 4). "Compañeras and Compañeros" the documentary consists of interviews with young people that were witnesses of the revolution, teachers, sugarcane cutters, engineers and other people. The people were talking about how opportunities opened up and their jobs after the revolution. There is also talk about their commitments to the success of the revolution (Stone 15).
The book “Making Revolutionary Cuba” shows the underground urban movement and unarmed civic activists that had their backing of Fidel Castros organization that was of an armed guerrilla. The group undermined the state’s stability through a campaign with protests that had their basis on impressive acts of civil disobedience. There was a publication of a clandestine press and bombs that were targeted which meant to shatter normalcy in affluent areas, but they made sure there was no unnecessary civilian loss of life. Few of the above acts were massive in scale, but their impact and nature proved
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In this movie, lobbyist Nick Naylor portrays the role of an unscrupulous promoter and spin-doctor who is also the Vice-President of the Institute of Tobacco Studies. Nick tries to defend the tobacco industry against the spread of health concerns, particularly on the effects of smoking.
What could be different in this case is the swing between the two P’s could be so marked and sudden that we could call them a total generation suffering from a bipolar disorder. This brings significant challenges to the work place. Not just in the management of the generation ‘Y’ or the millennial generation as they are called.
Treacy and Wiersema, in their study on “customer intimacy and other value disciplines” identified three disciplines of successful organizations and by implication sales management (Cooper 1999, p. 56). They argued that to achieve market leadership, the following three disciplines had to inherent in the organisation; Operational excellence, Product leadership and Customer intimacy (Cooper 1999, p.
From the mid-1920s to early 1940s, Hollywood was saturated by musical films. This was partly because it was the ‘in-thing’ back then and also due to the success of the first motion pictures that incorporated music in their acts. While others ran short of expectations, others were instant hits, raking millions of dollars for the cast.
The main aim of the film is to show features, significance and importance of human relationships in the period of political dictatorship; the film also shows that in spite of any political regime people display affectations and feelings to each other, and in such time these relations between people are more open and frank that is reflected in the film Fresa y chocolate.
This is Generation-Y. Who or what is Generation-Y
Generation Y, also known as the Net Generation, Millenials, Echo Boomers and iGeneration is that group of youngsters who are born roughly between 1976 and 2001. Their chief distinction is their age. However, that is not the only reason they operate in their distinctive ways.
After his wife (played briefly by Thandie Newton) left him, Gardner was evicted from his apartment and became homeless. The challenge unfolds when he has to tow his five-year-old son, Chris Jr. (played by Will Smith's son, Jaden Smith) to a dodgy daycare center during the day in a suit and scour for a safe place to sleep at night.
But this physical frontier is only one side of the film's interest with borderlines. "In a personal sense," Sayles remarks in an interview (1996), "a border is where you draw a line and say 'This is where I end and somebody else begins.' In a metaphorical sense, it can be any of the symbols that we erect between one another -- sex, class, race, age."(West and West, Borders and Boundaries).
This paper examines the cinematic representation of racist cul-de-sacs in terms of carnivalesque actualization, which explores the creation of new, hybrid spaces in contemporary culture by means of undermining conventional forms of representation.
Both films represent a deliberate incomprehension of social and political conventions, and of "the habitual ways of conceiving the world" (Bauer 678).
Raymond Moody talks about near death experiences in his book, "Life After Life" Moody explains that many of the near death experiences that people have experienced are very similar. During the film Chris Nielson also goes through a similar experience Moody p.21-22).
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