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I loved Miss Representation in the statement it’s trying to make and points of terrible depictions of females in media that it raises. After I watched it, I understood more thoroughly not only the role that women play in media … Continue reading → Continue reading
It is so fascinating to learn about queer time, something i’d never known about or questioned previously. The idea of queer theorists having the general idea of breaking habits and show a skewed relation to the temporal norm is an … Continue reading → Continue reading
Having watched the much talked about ‘Miss Representation’ and read plentiful articles about amazing, strong women who are changing the status quo not only in the States, but all around the world, I thought it’d be more of an optimistic … Continue reading → Continue reading
Firstly, I think it important to touch on the film as a series as opposed to an individual film, because I think it’s difficult to understand many of the themes of the third without reference to the second. I think … Continue reading → Continue reading
“Women will do anything to avoid being alone” says Manuela upon recalling her relationship of Lola, and her clinging on to him in avoidance of being left to handle her child and herself alone. Yet my how this changes. The … Continue reading → Continue reading
The issue of colour in “Paris is Burning” is fascinating, and one I was completely blind to upon watching this for the first time. Whilst it terribly ignorant on my part, perhaps this blindness is one of the aims of … Continue reading → Continue reading
“But I’m a Cheerleader” is a satirical look at the absurdity of the anti-gay movement. What I first I saw as a predictable film about an American high school cheerleader and her boyfriend turned into a triumphant portrayal of sexual … Continue reading → Continue reading
When first watching this film, I thought it was simply going to be a film about two lesbians trying to escape together from the annoyance of Vi’s husband. Yet in fact, it turns into a mob film with less of … Continue reading → Continue reading
When watching Rear Window, I had various other film ideas in my mind, having seen one of the international lens films a few days earlier: Jose y Pilar, Silver Linings Playbook the night before, and Pitch Perfect the night before … Continue reading → Continue reading