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On Thursday September 22nd the Spanish Club hosted a movie in Kelley Auditorium The movie was Like Water for Chocolate by Alfonso Arau By surprise the film was very interesting It was about one of the bad contributions in the Mexican Cultural The story begins in the late 1800s in Mexico There was a Mexican couple that was expected their third child When the child was born they named it Tinta The father finds out that Tinta wasnt his child and dies of a heart attack This was a well kept secret that followed the mother through out her whole life Her maid Nacha raised Tinta in the kitchen By being the last daughter Tinta wasnt suppose to marry but take care of her of her mother until the day she die This is why Nacha raised her in the kitchen so she could learn how to cook clean and take care of her mother Tinta grew into a very pretty young lady She had met a gentleman by the name of Pedro who had asked for her hand in marriage Tintas mother would not let Pedro marry Tinta but he could marry the oldest daughter Rosaura So Pedro married Rosaura with intentions to be close to Tinta Tinta not knowing his intention was furious at him and his mother When Nacha seen how miserable Tinta was she put a spell on her The Spell gave Tinta was she put a spell on her The spell gave Tinta the power to touch people through her cooking When she wanted to make to make put sick because was down she did When she was horny the people that ate her food became horny also She could easily get into the souls of people Pedro and Rosaura had their first child Tinta had delivered the child because she was the only one there Rosaura became ill after having the child which made Tinta care for it
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