“I don’t know if this makes any difference, but you just feel like you have to do something.”
In the 80s, Blue Velvet ruined the American Dream. In the 2010s, Blue Velvet ruins anonymity.
In 2014, 3.5 million Floridians experienced food insecurity. Consciousness of these problems has motivated many to make a change, and has even inspired a Florida Food Policy Council (FLFPC).
Since the beginning of cinema, women have long been seen but rarely heard. Even in the silent era, inaudible male voices dominated the screen as echoes of behind-the-scenes influence. This tradition of male-dominated western theatre has survived through three centuries, the inauguration of a new millennium, and multiple waves of feminism.
Most teen shows add insult to injury, as they not only provide an insincere portrayal of certain topics like eating disorders, but they can also passively inspire and perpetuate these issues through unrealistic depictions or ignoring their consequences.
Are shot-for-shot remakes to practice technique? To get in the mind of a creator? To pay homage to an adored work?