Watch the movie "Tortilla Soup" that has to do with Women in Latin America. Then, write a one page reflection: how did the film make you feel about Latin America and why Women in Latin America are important?
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Tortilla Soup (2001) profiles Martin Naranjo, an aging Mexican chef, and his three daughters Leticia, Carmen, and Maribel. Leticia is assimilated into American culture to the point that she is no longer Catholic, which is highly unusual for a Mexican-American. Additionally, Leticia is extremely conservative politically, which makes for interesting conversations with Carmen and Maribel. Carmen is the least assimilated of the three, despite her desire to enter the business world. She is the middle daughter and closest to her father. Maribel is the most daring of the three daughters, as she is the youngest by a significant margin...
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