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watch 2 films from the list and write a 400-600 word for each film personal refl

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watch 2 films from the list and write a 400-600 word for each film personal reflection on it.1. Pangandoya. Short documentary about the Salupongan schools in Talaingod, Philippines.2. Okjaa. For 10 idyllic years, young Mija has been caretaker and constant companion toOkja – a genitically modified superpig and an even bigger friend – at her home inthe mountains of South Korea. But that changes when the Mirando Corporationtakes Okja for themselves and transports her to New York, where an imageobsessedand self-promoting CEO has big plans for Mija’s dearest friend. Withno particular plan but single-minded in intent, Mija sets out on a rescue mission.3. Parasitea. Dark comedy of a poor family scheming to become employed by a wealthy familyby infiltrating their household and posing as unrelated, highly qualifiedindividuals. (Korean, with English subtitles)4. Right to Health: Cuba and the Philippinesa. about community health approaches in Cuba and the Philippines. Perfect towatch right now.5. Snowpiercer (NOT THE SERIES ON TNT)a. The Snowpiercer train, operating on a globe-spanning track, carrying the lastremnants of humanity after an attempt at climate engineering in order to stopglobal warming has unintentionally created a new Snowball Earth. The lowerclasstail section passengers lead a revolution against the elite of the front of thetrain.6. Barefoot Doctors of Rural China (1975) (YouTube)a. After Mao Zedong’s healthcare speech in 1965 the concept was developed andinstitutionalized.[5] China’s health policy began to emphasize the importance ofbarefoot doctors after Mao Zedong’s June 26 directive, and, in 1968, the barefootdoctors program became integrated into national policy.[6] These programs werecalled “rural cooperative medical systems” (RCMS) and worked to includecommunity participation with the rural provision of health services.[7] Barefootdoctors became a part of the Cultural Revolution, which also radically diminishedthe influence of the Ministry of Health, which was dominated by Western-traineddoctors.b. Part 1c. Part 27. Five Broken Cameras -a. A documentary on a Palestinian farmer’s chronicle of his nonviolent resistance tothe actions of the Israeli army.8. Birdshota. A farm girl in the countryside unwittingly kills a Philippine eagle (an endangeredspecies), and two police officers assigned to track down the eagle’s killer whileinvestigating the mysterious disappearance of a busload of farmers en route toManila.9. Buy Busta. A team deployed by the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency to conduct a drugbust, but is poorly managed. Considered a social commentary on PresidentDuterte’s war on drugs.10. Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj “The Real Cost of Cruises” (Netflix) (2019, 23m)a. Watch this and you won’t even have to think twice about going on a cruise again.Especially with how people are affected by the health crisis. It also highlights theimpact on contract cruise workers from countries outside the US.11. Act of Killinga. A documentary which challenges former Indonesian death-squad leaders toreenact their mass-killings in whichever cinematic genres they wish, includingclassic Hollywood crime scenarios and lavish musical numbers.12. Look of Silencea. A family that survived the genocide in Indonesia confronts the men who killedone of their brothers.Subtly Political13. Studio Ghibli films (Anime)14. Akira Kurosawa’s Rashomon
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