Salt of the Earth

Salt of the Earth By Michael Wilson, This screenplay of the controversial 1954 film of persuasion about a strike in a New Mexico zinc mine is extraordinary in its effort to deal with the struggles of workers and women, as they strive for dignity and equality The film was the unique product of a collaboration between the mining families and blacklisted Hollywood people The film s narrator and protagonist iThis screenplay of the controversial 1954 film of persuasion about a strike in a New Mexico zinc mine is extraordinary in its effort to deal with the struggles of workers and women, as they strive for dignity and equality The film was the unique product of a collaboration between the mining families and blacklisted Hollywood people The film s narrator and protagonist is a Mexican American woman who grows in consciousness and effectiveness through her participation in the community struggle Rosenfelt s analysis of the background, history, and significance of both the strike and the film includes a discussion of the change in status of the women who took part in this strike.. Salt of the Earth This screenplay of the controversial film of persuasion about a strike in a New Mexico zinc mine is extraordinary in its effort to deal with the struggles of workers and women as they strive for

  • Title: Salt of the Earth
  • Author: Michael Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780912670454
  • Page: 182
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Salt of the Earth”

    1. The script sucked me in and I couldn t put it down even with the annoying camera notes I like how the women stand up for themselves in the movie and how the movie critiques so much of what is wrong with capitalism especially when it comes to gender and ethnicity Sadly I liked reading the script and imagining it then watching the movie I think this is due to the fact that most of the cast were not professional actors, but people from the town where the movie is based upon.

    2. This screenplay of the controversial 1954 film of persuasion about a strike in a New Mexico zinc mine The film was a unique collaboration between mining families and Blacklisted Holiwood people

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