Portrait of an american family
Family portraits by anthony chen official trailer
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Vacation – official trailer hd
Thanks to her charisma and talent, Selena was and is a favorite of a community that is rarely portrayed or presented in the media: Mexican-Americans living in Texas. And in «Selena: The Series» (Netflix) that is shown, introducing us to the family environment in which the star was born and raised, with a bicultural identity but with strong Texan roots.
The performer’s life was already brought to the big screen in 1997 in the film «Selena» directed by Gregory Nava and starring «Nuyorican» Jennifer Lopez, being the project that catapulted Lopez to fame.
It presents the performer through the eyes of her family and her Tejano and Mexican-American community. She is also played by an actress with Mexican-American roots, Christian Serratos (her mother is of Mexican descent and her father is of Italian descent).
«The story of the Quintanilla family and Selena’s rise in popularity is a little bit of the context of my life as a young person. I’ve known her story for a long time, I’m comfortable telling it because I’m from that area and because this is a South Texas story,» he said.
A family portrait – film – cast presentation.
Many of the elements mentioned up to this point of the female colonial portrait have not only an iconographic but also a symbolic character, from which we can problematize the place that women occupied in their societies. But the question of these portraits traces a route that would redefine a certain feminine position. Not all women were the object of representation, which depended on economic and social situations. Thus, the painting of castes shows the invisibility of most women. Those who appear here are, for the most part, elite women and the painting speaks of them, so the visual culture conveys the values of certain women.
However, beyond the information offered by the evident opulence, these paintings have a certain hidden character when their contents show situations of the colonial feminine. The proposal can be stopped in three aspects. The first, already mentioned and particular to Ibero-American painting, is the presence of the coats of arms and drapery, which highlighted the ideal of honor and cleanliness of blood, one of the visual conventions in portraiture (Arca 5213) and an important characteristic in the social valuation of women. As this was not a significant problem for Protestant culture, his paintings dispense with this element.
Mister jones (portrait of an american family)
Paul (Mark Ruffalo) is a man who lives a quiet life, with no major worries or commitments. But everything changes when he meets Laser and Joni. Father and children get along well, and Paul is willing to be part of their newfound family. Paul’s appearance affects Nic and Jules differently. While Jules feels appreciated by Paul, Nic fears losing everything around him. She is afraid that Paul’s presence will break her perfectly constructed family scheme. And as the title says, «The kids are fine», that is, neither Laser nor Joni have problems accepting Paul, they are fine, it’s their two mothers who are starting to feel insecure.
A different kind of dramatic comedy, with an ‘indie’ touch to help it along and a remarkable cast. The highlight of the film is the work of Annette Bening, there are dramatic scenes in which she is immense. Julianne Moore delivers as always, and the two children, Josh Hutcherson and Mia Wasikowska are more than correct in their supporting roles. A nice story, close, but in the end, it does not risk too much.