And "they got their moneys" worth.
This thought was actualized when I watched the movie Ded na si Lolo. It covers all the reality of what a true Filipino was. The distinctiveness projects the original attitude of a true Filipino both in personality and characteristic.
In my reflection paper I will discuss the two dominant cultures of the Filipinos: Our family is the essence of our existence.
For the sake of our own true love, we give them the best world could live.
They are our important investments. A father strives for perfection to be able to succeed so he could fulfill the needs of the family. A mother likewise does her share to augment the family income.
This particular situation of a strong family ties were visualize by the family of Manilyn. The poverty did not hinder them to continue the ultimate goal of life.
I was deeply touched in the first scene of the movie. It was projected the ideal family setting during the eating time. The family gathered together to share the grace that comes from the bountiful hands of the Lord.
Each one of them became an active agent of love in the heart of everyone. Their overwhelming presence means a lot to the members of the family. Nobody ever taught us to be loving and caring for our family. The only difference is that Filipinos are deep and when our family is in question, the tendency is to fight and defend it.
In this experience of lamayan one comes to realize that different meanings may be attached to it, depending upon the perspective taken up. In our culture we pay much respect to our departed love ones.
We deem in life after death and we lengthy and colorful funeral ceremonies and rituals. We multiply the news that someone is dead by word of mouth, just like the man in the movie.
When the corpse of the dead was sent in their house, he immediately went ahead. He kept on shouting that the body will be placed in the house.
If there will be a lamay we expect our relatives and friends to condole with the members of the family of the dead, to give financial contributions in condolence and to keep vigil until the burial days.
During the lamay the house was cloaked with superstitions. The movie projected how the members of the family followed some of the superstitious belief. I have listed my observations as regards to their approach in the belief.
The members of the family must wear a black mourning pin. It signifies that they are in great grief, and so, they need to wear this as a sign of sadness.
A container should be prepared for the limos.Analysis of the Film “Ded na si Lolo” in relation to the Sociocultural Theory The movie clearly manifests how everyday interactions with others depend heavily on the pre-existing, observed and shared cultural patterns and social structures.
There is social order at the end of the communication process. p. Bundeslander | Germany. “Ded Na Si Lolo” is an independent film highlighting the different superstitious beliefs of Filipinos.
The movie limits itself only to Filipino superstitions when a . UCSP (Ded Na Si Lolo Film) Analysis DOCX. Enviado por Mika De Chavez.
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Mojares, in partial fulfilment of the requirements in DEVC (Communication Theory) First Semester, AY under Pamela Custodio, PhD, Overview of “DED NA SI LOLO” The movie is about how a family of five adult siblings coped with the death and the wake of their father/5(4). Mar 14, · When the daughter (second wife) of Lolo came, she instantly went to the coffin and cried aloud.
But his step sister told her not to let her tears fell down in the coffin so that their Father will journey peacefully.