Male vs female gaze in divorce films #MyZoe #richardarmitage

Interesting. Mild spoiler, but nothing that it really bothers me to know. Here.

~ by Servetus on September 10, 2019.

2 Responses to “Male vs female gaze in divorce films #MyZoe #richardarmitage”

  1. Interesting, forlorn and angry? John Bateman jumped into my mind.

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  2. Interesting. When we drove up to Yellowstone, we popped into Denver on the way because I love their art museum. The exhibit was Jordan Casteels’s work called Returning the Gaze. The idea is that instead of the traditional portrait where the artist has power in creating the representation of the model, and the viewer taking a voyeuristic role. That’s too strong of a word, but the model is generally represented and viewed without power. Casteel has the models looking right into the camera, so that their participation is undeniable. Great exhibit. https://denverartmuseum.org/exhibitions/jordan-casteel-returning-gaze

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