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And the story doesn’t focus only on characters who are white and straight.
“Part of what attracted me to the script was it was from the female perspective,” said the film’s director Kay Cannon at a Q&A after the premiere.
“Honestly, I don’t know if this movie would have been made five years ago,” Cannon said. I hope it opens up a conversation and bridges the gap, where we can start treating women as humans as opposed to sexual objects.
We have come to the house of a woman we won't name, in a state we won't name, to talk to her about her desperate wish to have a daughter.
The literary works of the Bourbon Restoration ceaselessly return to the themes of love, marriage, and sexuality, partly as vital cultural questions in their own right, but also as a means of critiquing the unsatisfactory politics of the present and imagining the shape of the political future.
It was exciting to tell that underserved story.” Hollywood started to gravitate toward R-rated raunchy comedies after the success of Judd Apatow’s “The 40-Year-Old Virgin.” But, for the most part, these movies are made by men.There’s something very timely about “Blockers.” Against the backdrop of #Me Too and Time’s Up, the movie celebrates its female characters’ desires.More often than not, prom comedies are driven by what the boys want.When Louis XVIII returned to the throne in 1814, and again in 1815, France embarked upon a period of uneasy cohabitation between the old and the new.The writers of the age, who included Chateaubriand, Stendhal, Balzac, and Mme de Duras, agreed that they lived at a historical turning point, a transitional moment whose outcome, though still uncertain, would transform the French way of life—beginning with the French way of love.