A feminist exploration by Nina Menkes
In BRAINWASHED: SEX-CAMERA-POWER, Nina Menkes examines the pervasiveness of the male gaze in the film canon and its chilling real-world consequences. Originally coined by feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey, the term “male gaze” articulates the way in which women have been filmed as objects to be looked at on screen by male characters, for an assumed male audience by often-male filmmakers.
Strong themes, sex and nudity. | Runtime: 105mins
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