What is the summary of José Rizal?
José Rizal (1861-1896) was a national hero of the Philippines and the first Asian nationalist. He expressed the growing national consciousness of many Filipinos who opposed Spanish colonial tyranny and aspired to attain democratic rights. José Rizal was born in Calamba, Laguna, on June 19, 1861, to a well-to-do family.
What is the purpose of José Rizal film?
Jose Rizal is a history-based film that narrates the life of Rizal, as well as the bitter strife of the Filipino during the Spanish Colonization. The film started with Rizal writing about the hardship of the Filipino under Spanish Rule.
What can you say about the film of José Rizal?
The movie is great in visuals and production design. The cinematography was superb. The acting was brilliant especially from Cesar Montano,who captured the personality of not only Jose Rizal himself but a person who is totally dedicated to providing freedom and great things for his country.
Is there a José Rizal movie?
Touch Me Not1961
Why Dr Jose Rizal was sentenced to death?
A nationalist Filipino society, the Katipunan, had started a rebellion, and Rizal was suspected, incorrectly, of being allied to them. After a show trial, Rizal was convicted of rebellion, conspiracy and sedition and sentenced to death. He was executed by firing squad in Manilla on 30 December 1896 at the age of 35.
How did Jose Rizal fight for our country?
Dr. He is well-known for being a propagandist and his way of fighting the Spanish Government through his writing by revealing the inhumane manipulation of the Spanish Government in the Philippines. He chose to have a silent war and not a bloody war because he thinks that it is the only way to gain freedom.
What is the greatest contribution of Rizal in our country?
He was a prolific poet, essayist, and novelist whose most famous works were his two novels, Noli Me Tángere and its sequel, El filibusterismo. These social commentaries during the Spanish colonization of the country formed the nucleus of literature that inspired peaceful reformists and armed revolutionaries alike.