February 2, 2016

20 great films with political and social content

Here a collection of tapes from various countries that refer to situations and political conflicts that marked an era and a population.

The cinema has become the document that describes and sets the precedent of the existence of a fact, a conflict of a social reality that is presented to the public through the lens of the filmmakers and actors running.

In this list, released by the website United Explanations can be found tapes of various countries, referring to situations and political and ideological conflicts that marked an era and a population.

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The Great Dictator (1940)

Directed by and starring silent film star Charles Chaplin, the film portrays the clash between two opposing personalities, parodying the Nazi regime of Hitler, embodied by a single performer.

Good Bye, Lenin! (2003)

A young German seeks, after his mother awakens from a coma, recreating life in East Germany to prevent women suffer some kind of shock by the events after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

In this film, directed by Wolfgang Becker, the changes are evident and Germany suffered, par excellence, the whole world after the fall of the USSR.

Citizen Kane (1941)

Directed by the prolific Orson Wells, the film, based on the life of a character who symbolizes the power of the US media industry, William Randolph Hearst, it addresses the discourse of power as part of the search for the meaning of the last word ‘Charles Foster Kane ” Rosebud ‘.

The film is also generating other films related to the dispute and the obstacles that were given to its implementation and dissemination in US territory.

V for Vendetta (2005)

Director James McTeigue, and with the participation of contemporary Hollywood stars like Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman portrays the life of a British terrorist known as ‘V’, who struggle against an oppressive system in a futuristic environment in Britain. It is based on a comic strip written by Alan Moore and illustrated by David Lloyd.

Machuca (2004)

Chilean film directed by Andrés Wood, shows the segregation and selective destruction that occurred during the coup that ended the government of Salvador Allende in the southern country.

Dr. Strangelove (1964)

A renowned Stanley Kubrick film that humorously, displays the tensions experienced during the period of the cold war and is also remembered for the many interpretations of actor Peter Sellers.

Memories of Underdevelopment (1968)

Key to understanding a process of political transition of great importance in Latin America as it was the Cuban revolution film. The director Tomas Gutierrez Alea shows, from the main character, the individual’s adaptation to a new logic of society that hangs over the island during the time in which the film occurs.

1984 (1984)

To mark the arrival of the date prophesied by George Orwell on the play, this audiovisual adaptation, directed by Michael Radford, and the faithful presence of the spaces covered in the literature, of a world dominated by ideologies launched oppressor and the opinion of the political party that controls the past, present and future citizens.

The Night of the Pencils (1986)

Music by the Argentine representative group ‘Sui Generis’ and his song ‘Rasguña Las Piedras’ Hector Olivera is based on the reality show drama-even for young force- and silenced disappeared during the military dictatorship in Argentina.

Into the Storm (1982)

Directed and written by the iconoclastic Fernando Vallejo, was recorded in Mexico by the difficulties of implementation in Colombia, the film tells of a raw and naked form, constant political violence experienced in rural settings of Colombia by bipartisan disputes.

Battleship Potemkin (1925)

A cult to the universal cinema became one of the most important propaganda pieces of all time, winning adherents even in enemy lines in Nazi Germany tried to make a film that subvert what is shown in this work of Eisenstein, and did the piece called ‘The battleship Sebastopol’.

Herod’s Law (1999)

With a roster of performers that includes the late Pedro Armendariz Jr. And Damian Alcazar, this Mexican film shows the massive corruption that is brewing from access to power.

The Lives of Others (2006)

Deserving of an Oscar film award, set in the 1980s, reflecting control practices and social stigma experienced by political dissidents in communist East Germany.

Hotel Rwanda (2004)

With the role of Don Cheadle film contextualizes and evidence the results of colonial segregation in Africa and the way in which ethnic conflict becomes the incentive for an unprecedented slaughter that shocked the world.

Lust, Caution (2007)

The award-winning Taiwanese director Ang Lee, recreates the intrigue and violence experienced during the Japanese occupation of Chinese territory in the Second World War. An espionage thriller eroticism and high audiovisual quality.

Butterfly’s Tongue (1999)

A war drama in the context of the Spanish civil conflagration that marked the arrival of the fascist dictatorship of Francisco Franco and the fall of the republic, all these situations illustrated by the eyes of children lost in a sea of ​​political complexities loaded violent actions.

Life Is Beautiful (1997)

Starring and directed by Roberto Benigni, he tells the story of Guido, a Jewish librarian who tries to protect his son, during the German occupation of World War II, showing the devastating war as a game.Winner of three Oscars.

Wag the Dog (1997)

With players of the caliber of Robert de Niro and Dustin Hoffman’s film shows the ups and downs of the obvious political manipulation at the highest levels of the US government when trying to cover up a sex scandal the president of that country by a fictional war.

Invictus (2009)

Directed by Clint Eastwood and co-starring Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon shows one of the most memorable deeds of Nelson Mandela, the use of the language of sport as a means of unification in the Republic of South Africa, lost in the segregation of apartheid.

Trance Earth (1967)

Brazilian Glauber Rocha portrays escenificándose in the fictional country of ‘El Dorado’, contains and develops some of the most exemplary of Latin American governments in this context political practices ‘Paulo Martins’ becomes the thread to unravel the events developed under the fallacious ideological campaigns.