The forbidden education (Spanish title La Educación Prohibida) is an independent film released in 2012. It describes a variety of alternative education practices and unconventional schools ...
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A well-ordered hardware store owner in Buenos Aires will see his life turn upside down when he helps a stranded Chinese man who doesn't speak a word of Spanish find his uncle in the bustling city. But can this coexistence bear fruit?
Muriel Santa Ana,
The forbidden education (Spanish title La Educación Prohibida) is an independent film released in 2012. It describes a variety of alternative education practices and unconventional schools in Latin America and Spain, and includes educational approaches such as popular culture, the Montessori system, progressive education the Valntorf education, at home teaching. It is the first film in Spanish funded by the public
Very good documentary that presents a concept, a look and a different expectation of both education and the capabilities, potential and possibilities for children, parents and teachers. Encouraged to think, to open your mind and give it another importance to education. While it can sometime seem a propaganda model or ideology, I think it is well intentioned and hopeful, realistic and successful on reviews and which proposes a very good starting point to profound social change (in this case the Latin people), with bases in the love and respect the freedoms, that is really beyond reproach.
As a "negative" totally subjective, we can say that is a bit long in duration and repetitive at times, but no less good.
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