He encourages to his people to understand that they are not a weak race, that they should be proud Of Who they are.
The documentary-style opening then Jose rizal: a 1998 film essay to a conversation between the two directors of how they are going to approach the plot of their said film after much research on Rizal and other historical events and people revolving around the national hero.
Yet, they still initiated further research on the said retraction and its possible causes if it happens to be genuine. They said that Rizal wanted to marry Bracken in a church but since Rizal was excommunicated, the marriage could not materialize and the retraction was the only way to save the marriage.
Teodora Alonso Daria Ramirezinterviewed by the first filmmaker Davao supposedly before the execution of Rizal, was actually against the idea that Rizal was against the church but is also against his marriage to Bracken when asked. It is implied that Bracken was either lying or just plain blurred about the facts since she claimed she was not there.
The said retraction on Dapitan stated by Bracken was the root of a certain and almost heated argument between the two filmmakers.
She was inconsistent in her claims where one in in which she denied the retraction. Then inafter the release of the copy of retraction as discussed by the priest who found it, she then believed that Rizal retracted.
It also revealed that she spent her last years sad and alone and that all of the memorabilia of Rizal left with her was taken away one by one. Almost immediately, he revealed to the first filmmaker that Rizal did, in fact, give himself back to Catholicism.
As Balaguer continued, he said that Rizal, confessed multiple times, read his retraction letter to him and to other jesuits, requested for a mass in order to take communion, and ultimately married Josephine Bracken.
As if like a thought in both the filmmakers, they heard Trining and Narcisa checking out the lamp that Rizal has left for Trining where in the lid of the lamp contained the last poem of Jose Rizal, Mi Ultimo Adios.
Because of all the seemingly unanswerable questions, there conversation with Rizal Joel Torrewho they perceive to be fond of only riddle some answers and who smokes like them, was anything but meaningful.
In fact, it was more a release of emotion for the filmmakers than an investigation. The Jose Rizal the filmmakers have perceived was more like them, angry, confused, and a smoker.
The first filmmaker reasoned that there were truly many kinds of Rizal that we could perceive and that his life only belongs in a book. The filmmakers Ricky Davao and Cris Villanueva in the film lead following facts that: Before they do that, they try to investigate on the heroism of the Philippine national hero.
Of particular focus is his supposed retraction of his views against the Roman Catholic Church during the Spanish regime in the Philippines which he expressed primarily through his two novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo.
The one who is being accused in the film was Jose Rizal and Josephine Bracken because of their undeniable words. The film expressed the most vulnerable sides of Rizal and the people revolving around him. Though the film was shot in black and white and on a seemingly old film, the emotion from the characters the much life and drama in overlapping the lack of color.
Nevertheless, the film tends to give a certain mystery in every viewer that we need to solve in order to satisfy ourselves, unlike the filmmakers. He can be an indomitable rationalist or an unmistakable deist. The film has successfully given a variety of images of Rizal to viewers as guide to their own personal truth in who Rizal really is to them.
The movie presented some interesting arguments in which when reflected upon will surely create doubts about him. Does he really deserve to be named our national hero?
What happened if he did not die? Did Jose Rizal retracted? With regards the retraction of Jose Rizal it was clear from the evidence that he wrote a statement changing his position about the church.
Or was the statement authentic? That is another question.
No problem with that, what stimulated the conflict is whether the document was really signed by the national hero or was just forged by the priests, if in such case the latter is true the priests lied thus, he committed a sin.
In that matter aggravating the abuses they have ensued to the Filipinos. I personally believe that, wherever our national hero retracted his membership with the Masonry and embraced back the Roman Catholic Church that does not change anything about his goal of liberating the country.
It did not affect his nationalist ideals, it did not deter him from continuing to write about the abuses of the Spaniards, and above all it did not stop him from offering his life to the Philippines.
If ever true, his retraction was motivated by his personal reasons of marrying the person he loves— that did not completely changed anything about him, why not give him a chance to pursue some interests and desires for himself.
To end, even if Jose Rizal has been found to retract from his religious beliefs but not still proven true a number of materials prove that he did not retract from his nationalist and patriotic goals.The list of the most popular comprises facts about J.
Rizal, J. Rizal as a doctor, reflection on his activity, Jose Rizal in UST, J. Rizal’s poetic activity, etc. Apart from using these topics, as a basis for a future essay about Jose Rizal life, students have a chance to prepare a paper formulated from their theme. Jose Rizal is a film of the Philippine national hero José Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonzo Realonda directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya and starring Cesar Montano as José Rizal.
The director made really a good choice of choosing Cesar Montano as the counter part of Jose Rizal. Jose Rizal is a film of the Philippine national hero José Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonzo Realonda directed by Marilou Diaz-Abaya and starring Cesar Montano as José Rizal.
The director made really a good choice of choosing Cesar Montano as the counter part of Jose Rizal. José Rizal () is a movie genre War produced by GMA Films was released in Philippines on with director Marilou Diaz-Abaya and had been writte.
Bonoan, Raul J., S.J, The Rizal – Pastells Correspondence, the hitherto unpublished letters of Jose Rizal and portions of Fr. Pablo Pastells’ fourth letter and translation of the correspondence, together with a historical background and theological Critique, Ateneo de Manila Univ.
Press, Jose Rizal () Rizal was born on June 19, , in Calamba, Laguna, the seventh child and the second son of the 11 children of Francisco Mercado and Teodora Alonso.