XiaoYang

XiaoYang

Film, globalization, China studies, East Asian cultural studies

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    The portrayal of feminism in Fleabag (2016)

    One of the topics that has appeared in BBC’s Fleabag is feminism. As a women-centered television drama, Fleabag focuses on the life of a woman who lives alone in London and the women surrounding her such as her sister, dead friend, and stepmother. What is the attitude of the director on feminism in this TV series? And how feminism is shown through the narrative, characters, and mise-en-scene?

    • I think you should flesh this topic out a bit by adding one or two sentences about how you feel about it and why you think this topic is relevant. Have a look at other topics that have been approved. – danivilu 2 months ago
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    XiaoYang

    An excellent book review – I have read that book and found her ideas are inspiring. For instance, the relation between a photo and its text. I also have experienced what is said by her that camera can be offensive. People when noticing that they are shot may have a feeling of under a gaze.

    Susan Sontag and her love of photography
    XiaoYang

    A sure thing is that it is hard to do something new, especially for Disney as a corporation which has been run for decades and decades. To be honest I love the songs such as I will make a man out of you in the original animation. But I am also looking forward to see a more serious version of Mulan…

    Disney's Mulan is NOT a Musical & Why that Makes it a Superior Remake
    XiaoYang

    I love this film – it’s explicitly anti-nazi and the director is talented. I agree with the author that this film fits and reflects the current trend of rising racism. People need to reflect how to not let the history happen again.

    Jojo Rabbit – The Nazi Comedy That Struck A Chord by Sidestepping Modern Racism