The representation of ladies in early Hollywood

 

Transcript of The representation of ladies in early Hollywood Cinema. The representation of ladies in early Hollywood Cinema (1940s to 1960s). Prologue to Film Studies individual presentation. Representation of ladies The Male Gaze-Women spoke to as sex protests, a hallucination of man’s wishes. Noiseless, virginal view-Virginal characters used to allure men. 1950s Women’s form When the 1950s hit the entire of ladies’ molded changed. Delicate gentility was acquainted with make the perfect ladies’ figure. This implied girdles, stiletto heels and rather scanty dresses that plot each bend. “The clique of the spectacular female star the physical excellence of whose body parts gives the sexual fulfillment” – lola youthful The Male Gaze Laura Mulvey and Annette Kuhn. The primary contention of the Male Gaze is ladies being found in silver screen as a representation of man’s yearnings. How they act, look and even their outfit were all

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