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Zorro
A short documentary about a man known to have an attachment disorder
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Hilario Reyes
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We went to U.P. diliman to search for a man named Dennis Magtajas also known as Zorro of U.P .

We waited for him the until sunset to show up but unfortunately he didn’t.

so we decided to go home and try our luck on the next day.

the next day, we wandered the streets of teachers village hoping that we could find the person that we are looking for. A tricycle driver told us where zorro keeps his cape. We hurriedly went to “krus na
Ligas” for a short interview and the driver didn’t disappoint us.

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We found Zorro outside of his house taking a rest. We asked him about his life but we couldn’t get a right answer except the place where he usually goes to patrol.

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We took a short rest near a convenient store while waiting for Zorro with his another journey together with his toys named max (a replica of an optimus prime truck) and diego (an action figure from the movie zorro)

We followed zorro all the way to C.P. Garcia. We almost left behind as he walks fast.

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We reached our destination. Zorro also brought some of his toys like Iron man shield, fake guns and a sword.

He acts as an enforcer to slow down passing vehicles and trucks
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We thought that he was talking to someone over the phone, but when we went closer to him we found out that his phone is fake.

Selfie with Zorro

• Zorro's true identity behind the mask is a man named
Dennis Magtajas. Dennis's life as a typical person is touching I may say. After his father died of Liver Cancer, his mother raised him all by herself. As a child, Dennis was admired by his teachers in school. He got lots of achievements during grade school until he reaches the age of six(6). Sadly, his mentality as a six year old kid remains as he grew old up to his present age. Zorro was his favorite film. Dennis used to wear cape and act like
Zorro eversince he was a little boy. Doctors believe that the movie influenced him a lot upto the present time

• Reference:
• http://digitalbuddy.blogspot.com/2010/07/upzorro-real-life-superhero_13.html

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