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'Lady of Guadalupe' avoids tough truths about the Catholic Church and Indigenous genocide

By Rebecca Janzen, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature, University of South Carolina
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The film “Lady of Guadalupe,” first released in 2020 and now available on many streaming services, mixes a fictional retelling of the 16th-century appearance of the Virgin Mary to a Mexican peasant named Juan Diego with the tale of a wholly fictional 21st-century reporter named Juan working on a story about miracles involving the Lady of Guadalupe.

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