Haha wow, you're so far away from the point it's... mindboggling. Let's see... How can I put this more simply?
I guess all I'll say is when non-males say they feel underrepresented or discriminated against, especially in a historically male-dominated field, just listen to them. Believe them. Be kind and be supportive.
Every person has a hard time getting through life at times, but in this case, it's not you. Being aware of your privilege and its effect on the problem is so important, and since you can't really grasp the problem as shown in your meandering comments it's best to just step aside.
It's okay to let this article be not about you. Peace out.
Haha no, this has nothing to do with censorship my guy. This has to do with either helping or being part of the problem. The way you're going about it is being part of the problem. That's what we're getting at.
Don't worry, white guys like you need not worry about ever being censored.
It's funny how there is an article about women's representation and the first three comments we see are from "Javier", "Luca", and "Mark"... Just the male heroes we need giving their unsupportive 2 cents on this non-male issue.
Especially Marky... this guy again... out of your many, many comments on this site you're never really kind or supportive to anyone or anything. Why do you even come on this site when it seems to do nothing but hurt your little ego?
In this case, I strongly disagree. But it seems like you already have your mind made up on a film you haven't even seen yet.
So, I guess all I'll say is... It's all going to be okay, my man. Everyone is going to be just fine. No need to get this worked up over a woman making her art.
People should be able to make films about whatever they want to make films about.
If you're having a tizzy about a small filmmaker "stealing" IP just wait until you hear about what the billionaires who run the Warner Bros conglomerate have stolen from everyone to get where they are.
Screw this IP, in an industry designed to take money away from filmmakers and put it in the pockets of people who don't make films, we should all be stealing IP and leveling the playing field. Even if this film stole IP It's only going to impact a few billionaires who have done more damage to you and I personally than this film will do to them.
Artists should always be allowed to make their art. Thank you to Vera for being more punk than any of us :)
One of my favorite things about this film was their respect of screen direction and using it as a tool. Everything "good" or... everything that progressed the rebels, or was a big turning point for them had the action going from left to right, and everything going against them was going from right to left.
Pretty much every scene has some example of this and I love it :)