Special Section (1975)

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Special Section (1975). 1h 50m | PG

“I say it is interesting because it shows how the law is not a science immune to abuse and ideologies, used to commit injustices.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAfter the advent of the French Revolution, and many subsequent events, legal science and contractual relations became the great tenets of modern society, but the powerful of this Earth always found a way to pervert things, and with the science of law it was not different.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eFrom the point of view of legal principles itu0026#39;s painful, but what relieves conscience are the negatives of the great jurists, leaving only a few pessimists who thought that Nazi Germany would be the new world order after the Second War. They went bad, they got dirty in the story.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eWe must never give in to evil, even if it imposes itself as a new and u0026quot;savingu0026quot; order of the motherland.”


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