ciudad de Dios

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ciudad de Dios

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  2. 2. DirectedbyFernando Meirelles, which<br />MatheusNachtergaele,<br />Seu Jorge, Alexandre Rodriguez, Leandro.<br />
  3. 3. Ciudad de Dios is a social fresco; the harsh reality of the slums and the poorest neighborhoods of Brazil have been filmed several times. Some of that romance exists in the crude violence of ciudad de Dios, which tells the history of several residents of the neighborhood boys named "paradoxical, ironically? And located on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro. In this case it is not hanging narrow streets, but a development built in the '60s with the purpose of housing homeless families, and that in time the marginal city is governed by its own laws and impenetrable to those who are not in residents.The Ciudad de Dios kids play soccer like all Brazilian boys, but time will teach them that it is very difficult to travel any path that bypasses the crime: the film shows us through two decades why many choose to drug trafficking, robbery and murder while a few try to get away from that closed world.<br />
  4. 4. Distributed by Disney, the film aims to be seen and approved by the general public of the United States, and many aesthetic responses to what the mass audience expects to find in an action film. The image processing, violence, with obvious influence of Scorsese, is here to serve the staging of the harsh reality of marginalization in Latin America. What is most striking about the film by Fernando Meirelles is the testimony of a whole new generation familiar with the crime, kids who kill at the age you start reading, band of boys who installed a wave of terror and become as ruthless masters this microcosm. <br />
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  6. 6. The protagonist lives permanently crossed his fate with that of its neighbors. If they decided to shoot guns, Buscapé chose to shoot a camera, and if it proves to be one.inept total for the crime, its status as a native of the favela is placed in a unique position as a photographer to record the fighting in those tight quarters. In this picture so grim humor is not absent, when the good Buscapé want to tackle crime without talent or success, his attempted theft. .<br />
  7. 7. Comment<br />The problems suffered by many countries drug trafficking brings with it the same problems as the reckoning paid with death, the domain of territory bands, dropping out of school to join the drug gangs, some enrichment people and money laundering.Costa Rica is not encento this, and is reflected in this film at critical times facing the country in which people can not walk the streets quiet mind without thinking about what we can spend.I invite you to see this film for analysis.<br />

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