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Real Women Have Curves

Summary: Essay reviews the Mexican culture in the movie "Real Women have Curves."
"Real Women Have Curves" is a movie about a plus-sized Mexican-American teenager named Ana, who is on the verge of entering womanhood. She lives in a very poor and unimproved Latino community with her old-fashioned parents who tried to turn her into the picture perfect bachelorette to start a family. Her mother (Mrs. Carmen) is tough on her because she firmly believes that in attempt to embrace the American Dream, you must be thin, married and a mother. Not only does Ana have to suffer from these overbearing expectations, but she is also forced by her mother to work in a sewing factory owned by her sister, Anita. Having recently graduated from high school, she is a very talented writer, so a caring teacher urges her to apply for college instead. With his encouragement, Ana secretly applied and excitedly receives a full scholarship to Columbia in New York...

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