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Rizal Film

Jos Protacio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda (June 19, 1861 December 30,
1896), was a Filipino nationalist, novelist, poet,ophthalmologist, journalist,
and revolutionary. He is widely considered the greatest national hero of
the Philippines He was the author of Noli Me Tngere El Filibusterismo and a number of
poems and essays. He was executed on December 30, 1896 by a squad of Filipino
soldiers of theSpanish Army
Juan Crisstomo Ibarramedia y Magsalin, commonly referred to the novel
as Ibarra or Crisstomo, is the protagonist in the story. Son of a Filipino
businessman, Don Rafael Ibarra, he studied in Europe for seven years Ibarra is also Mara
Clara's fianc. Several sources claim that Ibarra is also Rizal's reflection: both studied in
Europe and both persons believe in the same ideas. Upon his return, Ibarra requested the
local government of San Diego to construct a public school to promote education in the
town
Simoun is the infamous wealthy jeweler and main character in Jose Rizals El
Filibusterismo . He is often referred to as the Brown Cardinal as his influence over the
Captain-General is undeniable. He is, in fact, Juan Crisostomo Ibarra (of Noli Me
Tangere) who returned to the country after thirteen years
Luis Taviel de Andrade y Lerdo de Tejeda was a first lieutenant of Artillery and the
younger brother of Lieutenant Jose Taviel de Andrade who had been appointed in 1887
by Governor General Terrero as Rizals bodyguard, before Rizal left for Japan and soon
became Rizals friend. He served as Jose Rizal's lawyer.
Teodora Morales Alonzo Realonda y Quintos (b. 9 November 1827 - d. 16 August
1911) was the mother of Philippine national hero Jose Rizal, and a native of Sta.
Cruz,Manila. She was known for being a disciplinarian as well as a dedicated, courteous
and hard-working mother. As the young Rizal's first teacher, she had a profound
influence on his development and was his inspiration in taking up medicine
Andrs Bonifacio y de Castro (30 November 1863 10 May 1897) was a Filipino
nationalist and revolutionary. He is often called "the father of the Philippine Revolution".
He was a founder and later Supremo ("supreme leader") of the Katipunan movement
which sought the independence of the Philippines from Spanish colonial rule and started
the Philippine Revolution He is considered a de facto national hero of the
Philippines,
[3]
and is also considered by some Filipino historians to be the first President,
but officially he is not recognized as such
Mara Clara, whose full name is Mara Clara de los Santos, is the mestiza heroine
in Noli Me Tngere, a novel by Jos Rizal, the national hero of the Republic of the
Philippines. Her name and character has since become a byword in Filipino culture for
the traditional ideally woman.
Mara Clara is the childhood sweetheart and fiance of Noli Me Tngere's hero, Juan
Crisstomo Ibarra y Magsalin, the son of Don Rafael Ibarra. Although raised as Santiago
"Kapitan Tiyago" de los Santos' daughter, Mara Clara is the illegitimate offspring
of Father Dmaso, a Spanish friar, and Doa Pa Alba. Doa Alba is the wife of Kapitan
Tiyago, who are both native Filipinos. Father Damaso (also known as Padre Damaso) is
known to Maria Clara as a godfather. Mara Clara never met her mother because Doa
Alba died during the delivery of her daughter. She grew under the guidance and
supervision of Ta Isabl, Kapitan Tiyago's cousin. While her boyfriend Crisostomo
Ibarra was travelling in Europe, Kapitan Tiyago sent her to the Beaterio de Santa Clara, a
convent where she developed femininity under religion. Later in the novel, Mara Clara
discovers the truth that Father Damaso is her biological father.
Marie Josephine Leopoldine Bracken (August 9, 1876 March 15, 1902) was
the common-law wife of Philippine national hero Jos Rizal during his exile in Dapitan in
the province of Zamboanga del Norte in the southern Philippines.
[2][3][4]
In the early
morning hours of December 30, 1896, the day of his execution by firing squad, the
couple was married in Fort Santiago, the place of his incarceration, following a
reconciliation with theCatholic Church. The marriage, though, is disputed by some
sectors because no records were found regarding the union, discounting the unusual
events of that day, even if it was attested by Josephine herself and the officiating priest
Leonor Rivera Kipping (11 April 1867 28 August 1893)
[1]
was the childhood
sweetheart, and lover by correspondence
[2]
of Philippine national hero Jos Rizal.
Rivera was the greatest influence in preventing Rizal from falling in love with other
women while Rizal was traveling outside thePhilippines.
[3]
Rivera's romantic
relationship with Rizal lasted for eight years.
[4]
She was immortalized by Rizal as the
character Mara Clara in theSpanish-language novel Noli Me Tangere.
[2]
Her original
hometown is in Camiling, Tarlac.
Paciano Rizal (full name: Paciano Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda) (March 9, 1851
April 13, 1930) was a Filipino general and revolutionary, and the older brother of Jos
Rizal, the national hero of the Philippines.
Bernardino Nozaleda y Villa, O.P. - was the 24th Archbishop of Manila and the last
Spanish Archbishop of Manila from May 27, 1889 to February 4, 1902
Ramn Blanco served as the Governor General of the Philippines from December 9,
1893 to 1896. He was removed from office in 1896 through a royal decree. He was the
one responsible for establishing electric light in Manila in 1895, and his term witnessed
the birth of Katipunan and the outbreak of insurrections on August 30, 1896
Camilo Polavieja became the governor general of the Philippines from December 13,
1896 until April 15, 1897. His governorship was marked by the execution of Rizal on
December 30, 1896 and the proclamation of the Republika ng Katagalugan in October
1896. Insurrections prevailed in his time, and General Jose de Lachambre led the
operations against the insurgents in 1897.
Colonel Francisco Olive judge Advocate of Spanish military tribunal summon Rizal to
appear before him on November 20 1896.
Father Villaclara, SJ advised Rizal to stop communing the muses but to pay more
attention to practical studies.
Noli me tangere character
Crisstomo Ibarra is spelled now Crisostomo Ibarra in Tagalog and English texts of
Noli.
Mara Clara is now spelled Maria Clara, while others spelled the name as Mariya
Klara or Mariya Clara.
Padre Dmaso is now spelled as Padre Damaso, other books use the conventional Pari
Damaso (pari being the Filipino word for father-priest, even though padre is a Filipino
word too). In English, Father Damaso is used.
Capitn Tiago is now spelled Kapitang Tiyago or Kapitan Tiyago, although in English it
is widely known as Captain Tiyago or Captain Tiago.
Filsofo Tasyo is now spelled Pilosopong Tasyo or Pilosopo Tasyo. In English, it is
either Pilosopo Tacio, Sage Tacio, Sage Tasyo, or any word that describes somebody
with incredible intelligence. Tacio can also be an alternate for Tasyo.
Elas is now spelled Elias. Elijah is not acceptable.
Doa Consolacin is now spelled Donya Consolacion. (see below)
Alfrez is now spelled Alperes. English texts employ the use of Alferez although some
use the word's semi-equivalent, lieutenant-general.
Gobernador General is now spelled Gobernador Heneral (or with the dash in between
the words Gobernador and Heneral). In English, it is Governor-general.
Teniente is now spelled tinyente or tenyente. In English, it is lieutenant.
Guardia Civil is now spelled guardiya sibil, guwardiya sibil or guardia sibil. In English,
it is civil guard.
Gobernadorcillo is now spelled gobernadorsilyo. In English it is still spelled the same
way as Spanish.

El filibusterismo
Simoun - Crisostomo Ibarra in disguise, left for dead at the end of Noli Me Tangere.
Ibarra has resurfaced as the wealthy jeweler, Simoun, sporting a beard, blue-tinted
glasses, and a revolver. Fueled by his mistreatment at the hands of the Spaniards and his
fury at Maria Clara's fate, Simoun secretly plans a revolution to seek revenge against
those who wronged him.
Basilio - Son of Sisa and another character from Noli Me Tangere. He became a servant
of Captain Tiyago in exchange for education. In the events of the book, he is a graduating
medical student who befriended Simoun. His girlfriend is Juli.
Isagani - Basilio's friend and one of the students who planned to set up a new school. He
is very idealistic and hopes for a better future for the Philippines. His girlfriend was the
rich and beautiful Paulita Gomez, but they broke up once he was arrested. Despite this,
his love for her still endured. He sabotaged Simoun's plans by removing the lamp that
contained explosives and threw it in the waters.
Kabesang Tales - Cabeza Telesforo Juan de Dios, a former cabeza de
barangay (barangay head) of Sagpang, a barangay in San Diego's neighboring town
Tiani, who resurfaced as the feared Luzn bandit Matanglawin. He is the son of Tandang
Selo, and father of Juli and Tano.
Don Custodio - Custodio de Salazar y Snchez de Monteredondo, a famous "journalist"
who was asked by the students about his decision for the Academia de Castellano. In
reality, he is quite an ordinary fellow who married a rich woman in order to be a member
of Manila's high society.
Paulita Gmez - The girlfriend of Isagani and the niece of Doa Victorina, the
old Indio who passes herself off as a Peninsular, who is the wife of the quack doctor
Tiburcio de Espadaa. In the end, she and Juanito Pelez are wed, and she dumps
Isagani, believing that she will have no future if she marries him.
Macaraig - One of Isagani's classmates at the University of Santo Tomas. He is a rich
student and serves as the leader of the students yearning to build the Academia de
Castellano.
Father Florentino - Isagani's godfather, and a secular priest; was engaged to be married,
but chose to be a priest after being pressured by his mother, the story hinting at the
ambivalence of his decision as he chooses an assignment to a remote place, living in
solitude near the sea. He took in Don Tiburcio de Espandaa when he was hiding from
his wife, Donya Victorina.
Juli - Juliana de Dios, the girlfriend of Basilio, and the youngest daughter of Kabesang
Tales. To claim her father from the bandits, she had to work as a maid under the
supervision of Hermana Penchang. Eventually, she was freed but committed suicide after
Father Camorra attempted to rape her.
Juanito Pelaez - A favorite student of the professors. They belong to the noble Spanish
ancestry. After failing in his grades, he became Paulita's new boyfriend and they
eventually wed.
Doa Victorina - Victorina delos Reyes de Espadaa, known in Noli Me Tangere as
Tiburcio de Espadaa's cruel wife. She is the aunt of Paulita Gomez, and favors Juanito
Pelaez over Isagani. She is searching for her husband, who has left her and is in hiding.
Although of Indio heritage, she considers herself as one of the Peninsular.
Father Camorra - The lustful parish priest of Tiani, San Diego's adjacent town who has
longtime desires for young women. He nearly raped Juli causing the latter to commit
suicide.
Ben-Zayb - The pseudonym of Abraham Ibaez, a journalist who believes he is the
"only" one thinking in the Philippines. Ben-Zayb is an anagram of Ybanez, an alternate
spelling of his name.
Placido Penitente - A student of the University of Santo Tomas who was very intelligent
and wise but did not want, if not only by his mother's plea, to pursue his studies. He also
controls his temper against Padre Millon, his physics teacher. During his High School
days, he was an honor student hailing from Batangas.
Hermana Penchang - Sagpang's rich pusakal (gambler). She offers Huli to be her maid
so the latter can obtain money to free Kabesang Tales. Disbelieving of Huli and her close
friends, she considers herself as an ally of the friars.
Tiburcio de Espadaa - Don Tiburcio is Victorina de Espadaa's lame husband. He is
currently in hiding at Father Florentino's.
Father rene - Captain Tiago's spiritual adviser. Although reluctant, he helped the
students to establish the Academia de Castellano after being convinced by giving him a
chestnut. The only witness to Captain Tiago's death, he forged the last will and testament
of the latter so Basilio will obtain nothing from the inheritance.
Quiroga - A Chinese businessman who dreamed of being a consul for his country in the
Philippines. He hid Simoun's weapons inside his house.
Don Timoteo Pelaez - Juanito's father. He is a rich businessmen and arranges a wedding
for his son and Paulita. He and Simoun became business partners.
Tandang Selo - Father of Kabesang Tales and grandfather of Tano and Juli. He raised
the sick and young Basilio after he left their house in Noli me Tangere. He died in an
encounter on the mountains with his son Tales, when he was killed by a battalion that
included his own grandson, Tano.
Father Fernndez - The priest-friend of Isagani. He promised to Isagani that he and the
other priests will give in to the students' demands.
Sandoval - The vice-leader of Macaraig's gang. A Spanish classmate of Isagani, he
coerces his classmates to lead alongside him the opening of the Spanish language
academy.
Hermana Bli - Another gambler in Tiani. She became Huli's mother-figure and
counselor; helped to release Kabesang Tales from the hands of bandits.
Father Millon - The Physics teacher of the University of Santo Tomas. He always
becomes vindictive with Placido and always taunts him during class.
Tadeo - Macaraig's classmate. He, along with the other three members of their gang,
supposedly posted the posters that "thanked" Don Custodio and Father Irene for the
opening of the Academia de Castellano.
Leeds - An American who holds stage plays starring severed heads; he is good friends
with Simoun.
Tano - Kabesang Tales's elder son after his older sister, Lucia died in childhood. He took
up the pseudonym "Carolina" after returning from exile in the Caroline Islands, and
became a civil guard. He was among the battalion killed his grandfather, Selo, who was
part of a group of an attacking rebels.
Pepay - Don Custodio's supposed "girlfriend". A dancer, she is always agitated of her
"boyfriend"'s plans. She seems to be a close friend of Macaraig.
Gobernador General - The highest-ranking official in the Philippines during the
Spanish colonial period, this unnamed character pretends that what he is doing is for the
good of the Indios, the local citizens of the country, but in reality, he prioritizes the needs
of his fellow Spaniards living in the country.
Father Hernando de la Sibyla - A Dominican friar introduced in Noli Me Tangere, now
the vice-rector of the University of Santo Tomas
Pecson - classmate who had no idea on the happenings occurring around him. He
suggested that they held the mock celebration at the panciteria.
Father Bernardo Salvi- Former parish priest of San Diego in Noli Me Tangere, now the
director and chaplain of the Santa Clara convent.
Captain Tiago - Santiago delos Santos, Captain Tiago is Maria Clara's stepfather and the
foster-father to Basilio. His health disintegrates gradually because of the opium he was
forced to smoke. Eventually, he died because Padre Irene scared him about the revolt of
the Filipinos.