Once Upon A Time In West 2 Review Part 4

“Revolution isn’t a dinner, it’s not a literary case, it’s not a photograph or a print; it can’t be done elegantly and gracefully. Revolution is an act of violence”. Mao Zedong
The film opens with Mao, the pioneer of the revolution and also the leader of the new country, with the determination of the character of the revolution. the aim of Mao’s words was to legitimize the cruelty of the revolution. Robespierre also claimed that there would be no revolution without revolution. But these words are the forerunners of lioness photography. we all know what we are visiting face. within the last a part of the film, Leonne placed her camera on the person.
Once within the West, León introduced the conflict between organic life and cultural life within the revolution. He established the dialectic of nature and culture between those that don’t read and people who don’t.
During the revolutionary convoy encampment, John holds up Bakunin’s text titled Patriotism. Juan got wind of the tent. It’s at the highest of the map of Mexico. John said you sleep in your country. On the opposite hand, Juan replied that my country is my family and my family. most significantly, John emphasized that every one of Mexico is his country and said that we are making a revolution here.

Then Juan started his monologue, which is incredibly important for the film: “I know exactly how the revolution started. those who have read attend those who can’t. They tell the poor: “It’s time to vary. “So the poor made a change. Then the readers sat at the massive polished table and talked. They still eat. So what about the poor? they’re dead! this is often your revolution. What happened next? the identical thing keeps happening. “First, John warned Juan to belt up and pointed around. At the top of the monologue, a thinker and his hands threw the mud book into the mud. Sequence
has two small print, one is Juan’s introversion and also the other is that the class conflict between those that want revolution and participate in action. the link between these two points is that Juan realizes that this conflict will last forever, so he turned to himself.

The category conflict between those that yearn for the revolution and people who participated within the actions that made it possible is formed by the instance of Juan and Dr. Villega. In these relationships, John, who stopped acting in line with his class, played a key role in Leonnet’s novels, and Leonnet emphasized the dominance of nature over culture through him. Obviously, John made a breakthrough in Juan’s monologue on the revolution. He accused Juan of being just a chicken thief. However, after the monologue, he greeted her. So did Juan’s monologue result in John’s breakthrough? of course, it absolutely was the life experience he gained in life that led to John’s breakthrough. When she began to respect Juan, she began to just accept the reality she knew.

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