Maria Luisa Bemberg
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This paper looks at the work of Maria Luisa Bemberg, a Latin American filmmaker that is considered to be one of the best directors known. The author discusses Bemberg's famous works, such as the popular love story "Camila" and examines the type of themes that she focuses on.
From the Paper:"Maria Luisa Bemberg started making film after she had children until they grown and they had theirs. Most of Maria Luisa quality films were matchless in Latin America. Her first feature when she was only sixteen years old was in 1981 with "Momentos/Moments." Her second contemporary work done by Bemberg was "Senora de nadie/ Nobodies wife" (1982). Because her earliest films were short documentaries and her first feature were contemporary domestic dramas people were surprised at Bemberg's choice of Camila and three other period pieces. The popular love story "Camila" (1984), a theatrical style work of "Miss Mary" (1986), a post-colonial tragedy, "Yo, la peor de todas/ I, the worst of it all" (1990), finally a film about personal struggles and silencing one of Latin Americans famous female in a movie called, "De eso no se habla/ I don't Want to Talk about It.""
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