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Why and How Male-Driven Films Can (and Should) Be Feminist Friendly

January 31st, 2019

Last time, I took to task the male-driven film, Manchester By the Sea, for aggrandizing bad male behavior while resigning its female characters to the limited patriarchal roles of crying, nurturing and providing sex. Lamentably, this profile fits far too many male-driven films, and this malpractice needs to stop. For starters, it’s bad storytelling. Constantin […]

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