|Director||Alexander Hammid Herbert Kline|
|Writers||John Steinbeck (screenplay)
John Steinbeck (story)
|Plot||A sociological study of the people, of a small pueblo in Santiago, in the remote mountains of Mexico, who have not caught up with modern civilization, as reflected in the life of a young boy, Juan Diego, and his family. A protest against the government and religion that keeps the peasants poor, uneducated and rooted to superstition and poverty.... see The Forgotten Village on IMDb|
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|Two early documentaries presented for your enjoyment. "THE FORGOTTEN VILLAGE" (1941) - Documentary examining the conflicts between the coming of modernization and the traditional culture of a small Mexican village. This film was banned for its depiction of childbirth - 65 Minutes. "THE QUIET ONE" (1948) - A documentary account of the rehabilitation at the Wiltwyck School of an emotionally disturbed black boy who is unwanted, misunderstood, and inwardly tortured. This film was nominated for 2 Oscars and a Golden Lion award - 64 Minutes.|
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