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The Movie Tambien la Lluvia is a movie based on the filming of another movie based on Christopher Columbus. This movie is being filmed in Bolivia where producers chose because they knew it would benefit them economically. They underpay the casting crew based on there economic environment. However the movie overlaps with not only the production of what is being filmed for the movie however as well the struggle that the Bolivian people have with the government and water. The people are being over charged for there water, even the rain water is not permitted to be obtained by the people; they are charged for any type of water. However the movie reflects how the higher power not only in the past however the present still hurt these poor innocent people who only want to live. The movie being filmed show’s how the Indies where being used by the higher power for the gold which was only profited by Christopher Columbus, and the actual movie Tambien la Lluvia shows us how the Bolivian people whom are acting as the Indies are going through similar struggles by not being allowed to obtain "life" if strict rules aren’t followed. These people couldn’t afford water, in which in there eyes reflected life. This all reflects back on the past struggles of the Indies. Neither in the past or present could these people live without giving “non-obtainable” profits to the higher power without suffering the consequences of life and death.
This movie showed me that something as small as water that we as Americans take for granted is something as precious as a life in another country. After seeing these people struggle and fight for the ability to just obtain rain water hurt me to see. These people risked there jobs, there city, and even there innocent life’s just so they could freely get rain water. To watch the similarities of the movie actually being filmed based on when Christopher Columbus came to the New World and made these people suffer for gold in which would never be there’s,...
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