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Uruguay has had a democratic government since 1984. (In fact, since 1828, Uruguay has been a democratic republic, but there was two dictatorships, one from March 1933 to March 1938, and the last one from 1972 to 1984.) See more »
[collects the gun from Cody for safety on the sub]
You too, John Wayne!
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OK, we all know what we are to expect from a S.S. film. Definitely not good quality cinema, but a lot of laughs! Even if I did get the laughs, I also got quite upset about how they portray our country. The level of ignorance of these people is astounding!!
What you can find in the real Uruguay: people whose language is Spanish and whose accent is different from the rest of South America and only similar to the Argentinian accent; democracy; very little evidence of our Indian heritage; European looking people (we are mostly descendants of Spanish and Italian immigrants)
What you will find in "submerged" Uruguay: people who speak Spanish with a totally different accent from ours, probably from Central America; people whose written language is sometimes Italian, sometimes another language (pay attention to submarine instructions, find the words "telefon" and "revolution"); a revolution going on; Mayan ruins (!!!); Viking looking men and Swedish looking women(!!!!!)
So, just for the record, the country you'll see in submerged is not Uruguay (actually, it's Bulgaria), though for some reason the people involved in submerged thought it would be a good idea to say it takes place here. Anyway, I invite everyone to laugh at this joke of a film, just remember our country is nothing like submerged shows... and if you know someone from Uruguay, watch submerged together, and you'll have even more fun!!!
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