Name: Professor: Institution: Date: Film (Even the Rain) Review The film Even the Rain is a habitual theme in the Bolivian history from the period of colonization by the Europeans. It brings out the theme of racial superiority depicting the hegemonic beliefs of the colonial masters. This subject matter has been highlighted in the Even the Rain by way of art through following the struggles of a fictitious film team that tries to form a theatrical movie of Christopher Columbus’ conquest and suppression of the people of Taino. In a bid to to question- what takes place afterwards? The dust subsided prompting the Bolivian government to review privatizing their source of water but does this signify progress? It looks that owing to the history of the country no actual moral has been learned. The center of the predicaments depicted so well in the Even the Rain have not been recognized and therefore they will remain to plague the Bolivian government. Works Cited Bollain I. (Director). (2011). TambieÌn la lluvia [Motion picture]. Bolivia: Image Entertainment Christopher Columbus: The untold story. 2002. Web. 8 Feb. 2017. http://www.understandingprejudice.org/nativeiq/columbus.htm [...]
answer the following question about the Film (Even the Rain) Even the Rain appears to critique the economic inequalities that go into producing large-scale films. In this gesture, to what extent is it successful? And to what extent might it ultimately remain trapped in the problems and structures it seems to want to comment upon and perhaps change? Where does this field succeed at the task it sets up for itself, and where does it fall short? You might think, in particular, about the film's casting decisions, which may (or may not) have been inevitable.