Rizal Sa Dapitan

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Rizal Sa Dapitan
A Film Analysis

There are only a few people who are able to stand up and fight for what is right. Only few can get the courage and believe that there really is hope if we all just fight for our rights, our beliefs and our country and one of these people showed Filipinos that we are not inferior and that we deserve a life that is the same as others. Our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, opened our eyes and fought for our freedom even if it means endangering himself and his family. He knew the consequences of his actions yet he still continued and never gave up the fight and stood till the very end. Being exiled in Dapitan is not really a haven for him, it was a prison, a place where he is away from his family and friends, where he felt sad and alone and still made the most out of it. Rizal Sa Dapitan is probably the one that stands out from the other Rizal movies that I know since it was very specific, focusing only on Rizal’s exile in Dapitan, Zamboanga del Norte. It gave viewers a quick glance of what life was like when our national hero was in a remote place and how did he cope up not only with the lifestyle in Dapitan but with his separation from his family. The film was able to depict how he used his talents and intelligence to help the small community in Dapitan and impart knowledge to young men. He made an irrigation system; he planted plants and crops, raised chickens and cure those who are sick. Even if our hero is in a remote place, people still look up to him which only shows how charismatic and great Rizal is. The film was able to show that even if we are far away from home, we can still find love and Rizal found it when Josephine Bracken came to his life. In addition, Rizal continued studying and he was able to discover new things and have more friends. Even if the church are saying things against him, Rizal just gave the cold…...

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