Thursday, February 28, 2019

Ang Buhay ng Isang Bayani (The Life of a Hero)

The documentary film, Ang Buhay Ng Isang Bayani(The Life Of A Hero), shows me how Jose Rizal lived his life with his take in ideas and principles. Although he existed with a better lifeand belongs to a middle class family, it was overhaul for him how Filipino people suffered from the hands of the Spaniards who ruled the country in his time. He expressed his feelings and opinions in the situation with regards to the political status of the country done writing poems, novels and books.Those writings are really powerful in such a way that it criticized several politician and most especially the shameful Spaniards. His works emphasized how the Church treated the people, the experiences of the Filipino people and the police implemented by the Spaniards and those in power really dont like how Rizal described them. I just realized how ironic it was when Rizal was thrown and twisted away from his own country because of rebellion.Betrayal also was a highlight at that time, in which Riza l thought that those he considered as fri deceases would help him out in fulfilling his plans just like what happened in Spain in which he lost the election. I thought Rizal open fire easily get over with that experience and I just knew in the film that he is that kind of person who cant simply forget terrible experiences in his life. It was good that he still has very good and loyal friends in some countries in Europe that helped him out in publishing his book.I cant reckon how he feels about the horrifying things happened to him as well as his family. numerous of them suffered due to that rebellion against the Spaniards. But in spite of the consequences, Rizal really fights for it plainly unfortunately it was not that easy. He was thrown away with nothing single his writing, far from the family and experienced discouragement in pursuing his plans and he assay to move on, live his life and forget Philippines. But in the end his love for the country is really important for him although he was

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