The Last of the Butterflies
She is constantly worrying about her sisters, telling them they'll be killed. She has children, all boys, Enrique, Rafael, and David.
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In the end, she is the only survivor of her four sisters. The youngest of the four Mirabal sisters, she is very materialistic. She marries Leandro and has one daughter, named Jacqueline. She joined the revolution while she is living with her sister Minerva. She joined because she wanted to feel worthy of Leandro.
The oldest of the Mirabal sisters, she is very religious. While looking for her calling from God, she instead finds her husband, Pedrito, whom she marries at age Her faith wavers intensely as a young woman. She takes the miscarriage of her third child as God's punishment towards her, which drives her further into a religious depression. She later regains her faith on a pilgrimage to Higuey that she takes with her mother and sisters.
She has three children: Nelson, Noris, and Raul Ernesto. She is also a revolutionary, starting a Christian revolutionary group and merging it with her sister Minerva's revolutionary group. He is the self-appointed dictator of the Dominican Republic. A harsh ruler, he demands complete obedience of everyone and commits many cruel and unjust acts against his people, such as imprisonment without trial, confiscating land and possessions, and torture.
Though married, he has many affairs with young girls who he keeps in houses around the country. He is also identified as a rapist. As his regime falls apart, he becomes even more vicious and cruel, and eventually has the Mirabal sisters all except for Dede killed when they become too much of an opposition to his decaying power.
Mother to the Mirabal girls, and married to Papa.
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She takes care of the girls and is always worried about them. He married Patria Mirabal when she was 16, on February 24, He and his wife eventually join the revolution, along with their son, Nelson. He is later imprisoned, along with his brothers-in-law, Leandro and Manolo, for participating in the revolution. He and Patria have three children: Nelson, Noris, and Raulito. A law student when he first arrives in the novel, Manolo is Minerva's husband.
Manolo emerges as a leader of the revolution and is chosen as president of the June 14th movement. A worker for the Mirabal family who claims to be a fortune teller. After the girls die, she claims to be possessed by them. Minou goes to Fela for a time to "talk" to her mother after her death. One of Minerva's children, Minou was born around Like her mother, she is strong-willed and independent.
Manuel is very "tall and dapper" page He is a corrupt politician, like many of Trujillo's cronies. Manuel does many of Trujillo's odd jobs, such as delivering messages and threats for him. Virgilio Morales, nicknamed "Lio". He is a revolutionary, but unlike most, he is not underground.
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He speaks out publicly against the government, which is considered suicide. Lio was forced into hiding because of his actions against the government. He was very close to Minerva before he fled the country. He asked her to flee with him but Minerva did not get the letter in time because Minerva's father hid the letters from her. Though we had some delays with our post-production schedule, it was only to be sure we had the very best, most amazing journey we could possibly bring you.
We have our final cut, the music score and sound effects sound incredible, the color grading made the footage look even more gorgeous, and even the end credits with all of your names! Now we're on to the visual effects - essentially the last step in the process. So think good thoughts for us as we put the finishing touches on our long-awaited dream Until then, here's an image to hold you over: Photo by Maxine Nienow. Some delightful news for you this update. Our "live" Butterfly Queens sunrise performance at the Burning Man festival was an incredible success and truly beautiful experience - but best of all we were featured on Rolling Stone!
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