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Reflexión Final

Amores Perros

Las películas y las unidades que hemos visto en clase son muy interconectadas. Cada película tiene temas que se pueden conectar con las otras películas. Aunque cada película se puede relacionarse con las otras, cada director presenta las temas de una manera muy diferente. Ese idea de la interconexión muestra que aunque gente viene de diferentes países y culturas, realmente hay muchos similitudes entre las personas y muestra la idea que la vida tiene mucha complejidad. Aunque la película Amores Perros por Alejandro González Iñárritu se encuentre en la unidad El Mundo Hispano en la Globalización, se puede ver muchos conexiones con las otras unidades y se puede poner fácilmente en cualquier otra unidad porque hay muchos temas similares. Amores Perros presente el tema de la globalización en el mundo Hispano. El director, Iñárritu retrata la reacción violenta de la globalización en la vida familiar mediante la conexión de tres narrativas, escenarios y personajes muy contrastantes. El efecto de la globalización en familias particulares no sólo proporciona su tema sino que determina la forma de la película. Hemos visto como, a causa de la globalización otros temas como, el delito, la corrupción y la pobreza han surgido para las familias en la película. La pobreza de las familias es directamente causada por la influencia de otros países, la gente no puede encontrar trabajo, los sueldos son muy bajos, y no pueden competir con países más ricos. También a causa de la pobreza y falta de dinero, vemos como las familias necesitan recurrir a crimen y el delito para obtener dinero fácil y rápidamente, pero de manera ilegalmente. Aunque el tema de la globalización y su afecto es muy evidente en Amores Perros las identidades marginalizadas es un tema que también se puede ver en las personajes principales y los otros…...

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