Magellan movie harangin, tapyasan

By Leifbilly Begas November 08,2019
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Magellan movie harangin, tapyasan

By Leifbilly Begas November 08,2019
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DAPAT umanong pag-isipang mabuti ng Movies, and Television Review and Classification Board kung papayagan nitong ipalabas sa bansa ang pelikulang Elcano and Magellan: The First Voyage Around the World.

Sa pelikula ay nagmukha umanong kontrabida si Lapu-Lapu na siyang lumaban kay Magellan at mga Espanyol. Ipalalabas ito sa Enero.

At kung ipalalabas, sinabi ni Agusan del Norte Rep. Lawrence Fortun na dapat ding pag-aralan kung dapat na alisin ang ilang bahagi nito.

“There are apprehensions that our cherished hero Lapu-Lapu might be depicted as a villain in this movie, and we, as Filipinos, cannot allow such a lie to be propagated right on our very own soil,” ani Fortun. “What can make matters even worse is that the movie caters primarily to young audiences, especially, children.”

Nangangamba si Fortun na maling impormasyon ang maitanim sa isipan ng mga manonood.

“We suggest that Philippine history experts be tapped in reviewing the said movie to provide a more in-depth perspective and ensure that the movie will not dishonor Lapu-Lapu’s rightful place in our collective memory.”

Sinabi ni Fortun na dapat maiwasan ang nangyaring paglalabas sa Abominable na inalis sa mga sinehan may bahagi ito na nagpapalakas sa pag-angkin ng China sa pinag-aagawang teritoryo sa West Philippine Sea.

“The MTRCB has at its disposal the power to prohibit its showing or order the removal of scenes that may be offensive to the sensibilities of the Filipino people,” dagdag pa ni Fortun. “While we acknowledge the importance of the circumnavigation of the world to human history, may its retelling not devalue the admirable courage shown by early Filipinos in fighting for freedom and independence.”

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