Films

  • 26 Sep 2019
  • By German Anitua Azkarate
  • Rating:( 54 votes )

Slumdog Millionaire

Slumdog Millionaire is a movie about a love story that has the audience rooting for the main characters to reunite and for the Jamal to win the money to change his life. While that is the surface view of the movie, Slumdog Millionaire holds a much deeper meaning. The examination of violence throughout the movie is only one of the many different themes that are depicted in the movie but an important one. Dharavi, the setting, gave us a better understanding of what slums are like and the kinds of violence that surrounds the people of that community every day. The examination of Jamal’s character and his experiences of violence showed that terror and punishment are ways that are used to treat people as the “Other”. The consequences of the sexist relationships between Latika and other male characters result in different types of violences. On a more meaningful level Slumdog Millionaire informs us that there are many different forms of violence that surround and shape our everyday lives as seen in Jamal’s character.

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  • 1 May 2019
  • By German Anitua azkarate
  • Rating:( 321 votes )

The terror

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A must-have for any entrepreneur who needs to manage their leadership skills. The fundamental element that moves the whole series is the loyalty of some men to others. The acts and behaviors are directed towards a common good. Something that is fundamental in any organization and for this reason should be able to apply the leadership by tenacity; that is, be firm to the decisions made no matter what happens. Although for this you have to have the objectives clearly marked.

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  • 3 Jun 2018
  • By German Anitua Azkarate
  • Rating:( 522 votes )

Made in Dagenham

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40 years ago, On 7 June 1968, women sewing machinists at Ford Motor Company Limited's Dagenham plant in London walked out when, as part of a regrading exercise, they were informed that their jobs were graded in Category B (less skilled production jobs), instead of Category C (more skilled production jobs), and that they would be paid 15% less than the full B rate received by men. Same happened in 1811 when weaver workers attacked shops in villages in Nothinghamshire and in the suburb of Nottingham city, and event known as the grievances of the luddites. In both cases innovations introduced undermined the skilled workers operating on the factories. It has happened and it will happened again. In those days the humans outperformed machines. However, with the advent of the Industry 4.0 it is not clear that humans will continue outperforming machines in many jobs. This is an open questions to reflect upon

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  • 17 Jul 2017
  • By German Anitua Azkarate
  • Rating:( 958 votes )

Nightcrawler

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Nightcrawler is a 2014 American thriller film written and directed by Dan Gilroy. The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Louis Bloom, a "sociopath" stringer who records violent events late at night in Los Angeles and sells the footage to a local television new station. The Chicago Sun-Times called Gyllenhaal's performance "supremely creepy", and it has been compared to a young Robert De Niro and his performances in the film Taxi Driver.

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  • 19 Jan 2017
  • By German Anitua Azkarate
  • Rating:( 1139 votes )

Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation is the tale of a chance collision between two souls feeling trapped in their lives and lost in a foreign world. Bill Murray is endorsing a whiskey purely for the sake of the money although while enjoying the break from his wife, meanwhile Scarlett Johansson is accompanying her husband Giovanni Ribisi, a photographer. We watch the friendship between these two strangers slowly blossom into a delicate platonic romance.

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