Soraya Reflection

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What kind of a mother is Soraya to her children?
A mother who would sacrifice her own happiness and freedom just to e with her children and give her children the care and they deserve. She is an epitome of a dakilang ina na handang gawin ang lahat para sa mga anak niya kahit pa buhay niya ang kapalit. Si Soraya ay uong tapang na hinarap at tiniis ang paghihirap na dulot ng gusto at ginawa ng asawa niyang si ali para lamang manatiling uo ang pamilya nila alang-alang saa anak niya, kahit na nasasaktan dahil binubugbog siya ni ali ay tiniis parin niya para hindi magutom ang kanyang mga anak. Si Soraya ay isang uliran na ina, habang pinapanuod ko siya ya nararamdaman ko kung gaano kalaki, kadakila at kadalisay ang pagmamahal niya sa mga anak niya, ang pagmamahal ding iyon ang nagpapatibay sa kanya upang kaharapin at pagtiyagaan ang kanyang asawa. Ipinakita ni Soraya kung gaano a talga tunay na magmahal ang isang ina na susuongin at titiisin ang lahat para lamang sa mga anak niya kahit pa nga sarili niyang uhay ang kapalit. Her legacy of eing a mother to her children is an evidence or proof of how unconditional a mother’s love is towards her children.
How does the community in the said film view women?
The true to life story film depicted women as less important in the society. They regard women as a liability. The film showed how insignificant women are in that place. They look women as individuals who were born to serve men. It is heartbreaking to see that women treated like a rag or a toy, after using they can just throw it away. Whenever a woman commit mistake they are always guilty unlike men who are regarded as otherwise.
What is the function of culture in the said film?
Culture played a big role in the film. It was used to mistreat women, degrade them, make their value lesser than men, incapacitate women to act and speak freely for themselves. Their culture…...

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