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Reminiscences of a Mexican Era of the Mexican Revolution In this documentary we see Mexico as it was during the period of Profrio Diaz The narrator begins his story in the year 1897 and depicts an era of prosperity a calm city with new inventions such as cinematography A time full of splendor where the citizens of Mexico attended inauguration of public sites bull fights dances and parades It seemed like a good period for the Mexican people We are able to appreciate the way of the Mexican people lived thought the images produced We see a busy city in which people used carriages and buggies trolleys donkeys and train as their means of transportation We get to see the fashion of people during this time full dresses rebosos and of course the typical Mexican sobrereo I think that this video is an amazing national treasure that allows us to experience first hand the prosperous side of the Diaz regimen We get to see the elaborate parades often done one such parade is the one given in honor of el senor general Porfirio Diaz for winning the election for the sixth time in1904 In 1907 again we see a lavish inauguration of the teuantepec railroad Holding events of this sort was usual during this era especially during national holidays in which the whole population participated This was a regimen know for the extravagant parties and holidays that took place Another thing that must be noted is that of Diazs relations with other countries various times we see him meeting with leaders or representatives of other nations that presumably looked to make business with the Mexican president Not only do we get to see the ways of the people this documentary tells us a story a story of conflict of envy a story of the Revolution that has had a hug impact on the Mexican people to this day Since 1876 Porfirio Diaz had been
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