ABClatino Magazine Year 3 Issue 3 - Page 23

Ortega y Gasset said that each one is creating his own novel. Our circumstances, emotions, decisions and actions give shape to the argument that is our own life. I remembered this idea of the Spanish thinker when a friend commented on Roma, the film by Alfonso Cuarón. My friend said that the movie lacked argument. And it was precisely that comment that pushed me to see Roma that same afternoon without further delay. I watched the movie with the desire to refute the idea of my friend; and for that, I relied on two philosophers: José Ortega y Gasset and Miguel de Unamuno.

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ROMA AND THE COTIDIANITY

By María del Rosario Larara