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Category Archives: Female Gaze
Generally speaking, I plan on writing my final paper on portrayals of independent women and domestic abuse in film. Specifically, I want to focus on a very specific type of woman in American culture: the white Southern woman. My paper … Continue reading → Continue reading
For my project I wanted to explore the connections between three classic film noir films, the context in which these films were made (1944, 1946, and 1947), and whether female viewers would feel empowered by the portrayal of the femme … Continue reading → Continue reading
Though Jim McAlister is arguably the protagonist of Alexander Payne’s Election (1999), the film offers a unique omniscient narration that allows three other characters—Tracy Flick, and Paul and Tammy Metzler—to occasionally hijack the narrative and narration for themselves. Significantly, the … Continue reading → Continue reading