You are very angry toward men. Some deeper issues with your father are surfacing here in public. Someday as your yin and feminine-centric energy becomes over saturated and your life/ art become imbalanced you will miss the raw strength of the masculine.
Your comments contradict your whole “inclusion/ H&M” movement argument by excluding all beings including white men, Asians, and Arabs in your list of those making new movies.
You are instantaneously throwing under the bus and canceling all of the gifts, sacrifices and offerings that millions of male ancestors have brought to you. Are men perfect? No. But when this anti-Trump hysteria airplane descending blimp in time is over you will most likely regret all of the men you threw under the bus bc you were triggered (by daddy? What did he do to you?... Remember not to project. That’s not such a nice thing to do).
And when you search in your mind and body at a later date for an inner source of masculine energy you will instead face the uphill battle of karma for dismissing the countless good, well meaning and wholesome men who fought in battles, created effective laws, and innovative technology that you are presently reaping from as a spoiled western, probably nature-deficient, brat.
The author is not offering a perspective but forcefully imposing her view as a fact in the name of morality which leaves the most grotesque, cringeworthy feeling in my mouth. You are mixing church and art. The female character in this film is a) tough as nails and b) represents innocence. That is a beautiful and timeless archetype that you will beg to reclaim later in life after being submerged in contentious political correct arguing. Your words and your ideas sound like cookie-cutter regurgitated ideology with trendy keyword phrases. You have no yin and yang to your argument, no complexity, no grey areas, which points to a lack of maturity.
Art and film in this country have been taken hostage by political correctness because your life feel void of meaning and raising your fist in the air gives you a temporary feeling of being alive. The worst part is your feminist ideology has become institutionalized so nearly every decision in film is now based on “how can I not hurt anyone’s feelings and be correct morally.” That is the foundation for tyrannical group think media where many, many parts of the human psyche will become oppressed. I get the sense you are in your late teens but as you get older you will discover what Carl Jung said is true, “that which resists persists.”
Great point about thought police.