Maniacal wrote:One of my personal favourites of the festival, a good portrayel of the domestication of women and an ending that perfectly fits. Brilliant.
Maniacal wrote:Maybe I'm reading too much into it.
Maniacal wrote:It's just the way I watched it, I compared to a lot of family roles I've seen within my own family, the alpha male who goes to work and comes home expecting tea on the table with the woman staying at home tending to the house and raising the children. That's a very simple way of looking at it though I think. Then we have Sean Bridgers character who comes across a Woman who is totally "Free" from the clutches of morals of being a woman in todays society, though she has a predatory and infantile personality she can't be controlled by a Man unless chained and shackled. Maybe I'm reading too much into it.
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