Park Chan-wook filmography 2000 - 2013
The artists over at Pictoplasma academy are producing some pretty amazing stuff.
Keke Palmer took the stage Tuesday night as the title character in Broadway’s Cinderella, marking the first time an African-American actress has played the role on theater’s biggest stage.
From the Strolling Series by Cecile Emeke
I love this series, and everything she said completely resonated with me, especially when she talked about how black men (#FakeDeeps, as Cecile cleverly put it) contribute to sexism towards black women. I think it’s important that feminism places women as central to the cause, and I loved how she spoke from her who point of view as a black women.
The Filmaker’s Info
I love this scene from Tome Wan, I think it’s totally underrated…
- The shots of her getting dressed could be risky in a show that has a strong female presence, but it’s so well done. It is ALL about Margot but does not satisfy the male gaze, it forces you to think about what Mason has done to her in the close ups of her scars and not overtly gratifying shots of an actress in her underwear.
- Margots hospital room has the red walls which are echoed from Hannibal’s office, shows Hannibal’s continued influence on her story, he planted the idea of a child into her head then took it away.
- That’s another thing as well, at this point, Will knows what Hannibal did, he knows this is all probably just as much Hannibal’s fault as Masons, because Mason would have no idea if it weren’t for Hannibal. It shows his complete restraint.
- Margot is given pride of place in this scene, Hannibal and Will are afterthoughts in it in terms of where they’ve been positioned. There is a huge emphasis on the symmetry of the way people sit and have conversations to show their mental state and there is none of that in this scene. You have no idea what Hannibal and Will are going to do, regardless they cannot discuss it with Margot.
So yeah, this scene rocks.