“The Purge” is a popular film in the United States. The film came first, followed by the series. It is based on a weird and unreasonable concept in which the government declares a period of time during which any crime is permissible for several hours. Many individuals enjoy watching it, as ridiculous as it may appear. The Purge’s premise revolves around a group of nice folks who have nothing to do with the violence and a terrible world aiming to hurt them.
The similar scenario is shown in the series, in which people from various walks of life come together for a single day to ensure that they and their loved ones survive. Miguel Guerrero is one of the show’s most popular characters. Miguel is a US Marine Corps man who has returned to his hometown in pursuit of his sister Penelope Guerrero, who has joined a cult. We, the audience, feel a profound sense of pity for him because Penelope is his only family after losing both of his parents in last year’s Purge. As the show progresses, we observe Miguel’s incredible bravery as he searches the streets for his sister with only a pistol, despite the fact that he knows he could be shot or stabbed.
Miguel encounters a variety of people during his erratic journey who either try to block or help his search. We see not only this character’s strength, but also his ability to negotiate his way out of being lynched by a crowd or persuade an ex-cop to assist him in his search for Penelope. Miguel’s character is also notable for his numerous attempts to persuade Penelope, who is depressed and suicidal, that terminating her life will bring her nothing but unbearable misery. He also encounters other characters, some of whom owe their lives to Miguel’s extraordinary bravery.
Miguel’s character makes viewers pleased at the end of the show because he restores the idea that good will eventually triumph over evil and love will triumph over hate. The show comes to a satisfying finish when Miguel and Penelope decide to help the injured and weak in the Purge the following year.