When movies talk about women

Hollywood movies also have male dominance. Recent research has shown that in a Hollywood movie, the male character is seen on the screen, not the female. As a producer, men also have an exclusive dominance here. Women producers are also working in this. The female director’s animated film ‘Frozen’ made history at the box office and won an Oscar. This is not to say that there is a genre of Hollywood film called ‘Women Film’. Because many of these women’s films are feminist but have a masculine mentality. ‘Jezebel’, ‘Mild Red Pierce’ etc. The self-sacrifice of women in these movies is in fact the self-sacrifice sought by the society. In other words, the self-sacrifice that patriarchal society expects from women is highlighted here. Two types of women are often portrayed in ‘Women Film’. A number, polite, simple. Another is clever, reckless or cunning. The ‘good’ woman endures all the hardships she wins. And the ‘bad’ women are ultimately defeated. That means the story of that eternal Lillian and Eve. Lillian in the Puranas is a resident of the dark world because she did not accept Adam’s subordination. And because Poshmana Eve obeyed, she is the man’s eternal companion. Films that often portray women with schizophrenia, hysteria, or other mental illnesses are also called women’s films. A number of women films have shown that a woman escapes from her normal life and moves to another country. He lived there free from customs. Although in the end he has to return to his own society. However, Hollywood has also made films that highlight the struggles of women’s lives and many movies have questioned the patriarchal society from the point of view of women. One such movie is ‘Accused’. Jody Foster won an Oscar for her performance in this movie. Jodie Foster plays a woman who was gang-raped in the movie. Here’s how patriarchal society indirectly blames women victims of rape for this crime. Among the American feminist movies, ‘Beyond Belief’, ‘Sido’, ‘The Life I Got to Live’, ‘Peace Versus Peace: Women on the Frontline’, ‘Regret to Inform’ are some of the documentaries that everyone needs to watch. These alternative films depict discrimination and violence against women in different parts of the world. Another alternative film based on true events is ‘White Rainbow’. Directed by Type Mandraya and produced by Linda Mandraya, the American film depicts the lives of Indian widows. The film ‘Iron Judd Angels’ about the struggle for women’s suffrage has successfully portrayed the struggle of women. The 2004 film, directed by Katja von Garnier, depicts the saffron movement.

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