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Category Archives: power
While we touched on the topic of Lisbeth’s sexuality and its implications in class, I think we could expand on this discussion. To recap, it is suggested that earlier in her life Lisbeth was somewhat sexually promiscuous. In “The Girl … Continue reading → Continue reading
Reese Witherspoon has played several strong female roles where she gets what she wants, leading us to ask, what is Hollywood’s portrayal of the active female? Does she always have a man helping her? Does she step on other people … Continue reading → Continue reading
As I thought about “Bound” after the film screening, I realized there are a lot of really interesting symbols and images throughout the film. Some of the most titillating symbols were blood and money, fingers, night/darkness, paint, and characters’ names. … Continue reading → Continue reading
Watching the movie Rear Window was an interesting experience for me. Initially, I thought the movie was boring and I did not really understand the significance of many of the scenes. However, after talking it over with my friend in … Continue reading → Continue reading