Cinthya
This afternoon I watched a movie called "Nothing but the truth". It was very awesome! A lot of questions came to my mind after I finished to watch it. The story is about two women, one of them is a periodist and writes an article about the second woman. In her article she told the other woman works to the CIA and about her recently mision or work in Venezuela. All that's truth but obviously CIA or government wants to know who is or who was her source information because CIA and gorvenment don't "traidors". Well, this woman should keep the secret and she is determined to not to reveal it, no matter what happens, she will keep the secret safe. So, everything is going very bad for her because she is imprisoned and although government does all is possible to know the truth, the determination of this woman is very strong. Finally, how much she can deal with this? And something very important, is it the truth always the best option?
Feb 23, 2021 3:04 AM
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This afternoon I watched a movie called "Nothing but the truth". It was very awesome! A lot of questions came to my mind after I finished watching it. The story is about two women; one of them is a journalist and she writes an article about the second woman. In her article she told about the other woman working for the CIA and about her recently mission or work in Venezuela. All that was true, but obviously the CIA or government wants to know who is or who was her source because the CIA and government don't like "traitors". Well, this woman should keep the secret and she is determined to not reveal it -- no matter what happens, she will keep the secret safe. So, everything is going very badly for her because she is imprisoned and although the government does all is possible to know the truth (or ¨does everything it possibly can to learn the truth¨ or ¨does everything possible to learn the truth¨), the determination of this woman is very strong. Finally, how much can she deal with this? And something very important, is the truth always the best option? _____ ¨who was her source for the information¨ was another option for how to correct this part. Since it is common to simply say ¨the source¨ to refer to people who have been interviewed by journalists, I thought that eliminating a few words was a good choice for this long sentence.
February 24, 2021
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