PEACE AND FREEDOM IN THE MOVIES CARMEN TABERNER - MANISES (SPAIN)
PEACE AND FREEDOM IN THE MOVIES
Valencia (Spain) 4ºESO A I.E.S. José Rodrigo Botet ETHICAL VALUES PROJECT eTwinning
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INVICTUS WHEN PIGS HAVE WINGS THE RAILWAY MAN JOYEUX NOËL. MERRY CHRISTMAS PROMISES ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT GANDHI HIROSHIMA MON AMOUR THE COLORS OF THE MOUNTAIN THE SHADOW OF THE WALKER TIME OUT NO MAN’S LAND
Invictus Clint Eastwood, 2009 Based on the book by John Carlin (Playing the enemy), tells the story of Nelson Mandela, when released, in 1990, comes to the Presidency of his country and decrees the abolition of "Apartheid." A reflection on the policy of reconciliation that was put in place between the black majority and the white minority to finally leave the political confrontation. Again the sport served as an ally for that purpose: the Rugby World Cup helped to build national unity.
Invictus Clint Eastwood, 2009
When Pigs Have Wings Sylvain Estibal, 2011 The chance and the search of an unfortunate fisherman who lives in the Gaza Strip and his absurd encounter with a pig are the narrative elements of this comedy that ends up being a powerful pacifist message against the war that appropriated everyday life.
When Pigs Have Wings Sylvain Estibal, 2011
The Railway Man Jonathan Teplitzky, 2013 A British officer tries to follow his life amidst the memories that torment him about his capture in the Second World War by the Japanese. Based on a true story, this officer discovers that his torturer is still alive and decides to look for him to take revenge. A deep reflection on the internal struggle between resentment and forgiveness.
The Railway Man Jonathan Teplitzky, 2013
Joyeux NoĂŤl. Merry Christmas Cristian Carion, 2005 At the beginning of the first world war an unusual truce happened. German, French and Scottish soldiers agreed to cease the war to celebrate Christmas Eve 1914 and bury their dead with dignity on the battlefield. This film tells that real story that highlights the human condition and the goodness of all human beings, even in the midst of the stringency of war.
Joyeux NoĂŤl. Merry Christmas Cristian Carion, 2005
Promises B.Z. Goldberg, Justin Shapiro and Carlos Bolado, 2001 A documentary that begins with an innocent presumption: children are the only ones who can stop the war between Arabs and Israelis in the Middle East. In the investigation of this film the filmmakers investigate with children their opinions and stories about the "enemy" to reveal that hatred is rooted in children, and that, with sadness, they know of pain and suffering. In the end, a football game serves as an excuse for children to stop the "enemy" being, even if that is more complex than it seems ..
Promises B.Z. Goldberg, Justin Shapiro and Carlos Bolado, 2001
All Quiet on the Western Front Erich Maria Remarque, 1930 A classic anti-war film, which expresses the feelings, feelings and disappointments of a group of young students who are sent to the front in the First World War (1914-1918). Based on the homonymous novel by the German writer Erich MarĂa Remarque. Winner of two Oscars (film and director) this film dared to question the warlike patriotisms.
All Quiet on the Western Front Erich Maria Remarque, 1930
Gandhi Richard Attenborough, 1982 Inevitable not to mention this historical figure when it comes to peacebuilding. A biographical film, winner of the Oscar Awards in 1983, and produced curiously by England and India, which tells the story of this important Indian leader and his peaceful bid to make India independent of the British Empire.
Gandhi Richard Attenborough, 1982
Hiroshima Mon Amour Alan Resnais, 1959 A French actress has just shot a movie in Hiroshima, the city after the atomic bomb, when she meets a Japanese she falls in love with and for whom she remembers stories of her past that have to do with war and inevitably with love. A classic of French cinema that ends up being an introspective process to think about conflict.
Hiroshima Mon Amour Alan Resnais, 1959
The Colors of the Mountain Carlos CĂŠsar ArbelĂĄez, 2004 This Colombian film highlights the enormous challenge we have as a country: the anti-personnel mines that are scattered throughout the territory and affect the daily lives of families and especially children.
The Colors of the Mountain Carlos CĂŠsar ArbelĂĄez, 2004
The Shadow Of The Walker Ciro Guerra, 2004 The directorial debut of Ciro Guerra was this film, in black and white, which premiered and went unnoticed in 2005, in the midst of the debate over the demobilization of the AUC and the subsequent Justice and Peace Law. It recounts the meeting of two victims of the armed conflict. One of them was also a victimizer and now works loading people in a saddle behind her back.
The Shadow Of The Walker Ciro Guerra, 2004
Time Out Sergio Cabrera, 1998 The film by Sergio Cabrera tells the story of a truce agreed between police and guerrillas in a marginal village in the country around a football match. A comedy that is part of September 1993, when Colombia played its way to the USA 94 World Cup and the country, as it continues to happen, was paralyzed to see the confrontation. In the celebration of the historic 5-0 against Argentina the differences between the fighters became invisible and all in unison celebrated as Colombians.
Time Out Sergio Cabrera, 1998
NiÄ?ija zemlja - No manâ€™s land Danis Tanovic, 2001 This film, framed in the Bosnian War, 1993, tells how two soldiers from different sides, a Bosnian and a Serb, mistakenly end up trapped in the enemy lines. A sergeant in the blue helmets of the United Nations prepares to help them, in contravention of the orders of their superiors. The media soon turn the issue into a media show of an international nature. While the war tension grows and the press patiently waits for new news, the two soldiers will try by all means to get out alive. A pacifist manifesto to think seriously about war.
Ničija zemlja - No man’s land Danis Tanovic, 2001
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Published on Mar 13, 2018