ISSN 2250-5660 print | ISSN 2250-5415 online | Actualizado en  marzo de 2018

MARCH 2018


Going through institutions: Camino’s film analysis

Javier Mendizabal, Natacha Mateo

Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata


If the cinema study became a powerfull toll to understand the social analysis, this lecture brings the intention to discuss aspects of the current society and the institutional influence. The relationships of the characters are strongly crossover by the natural knowledge of the conservative middle class family in Spain below influence of the catholic religion, specifically the Opus dei. From some topic´s of the Javier Fesser´s film, Camino, like life, health and ethics appear in tension whit theoretical constructions in gender and biopolitic. The mass media and the cinema usually shows exacerbated stereotypes of class and gender in the social net. The analysis we pretend to offer, represent a critical view of the institutional that it shows as given, the rules we passive assume as society, the stereotype roles we accept and the relation of politics and the strongest representative institution in Iberoamerica: family and religion.

Key words: Cinema study | Social Institutions | bioethics | Gender stereotypes

This article is, for the time being, only available in Spanish: Recorriendo instituciones: análisis del film Camino

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