History is given of a woman being a father-daughter incest rape survivor. Erotic imagery is evoked of a gun as a symbol for a penis.
A nude man and woman are shown kissing and having sex in bed (we see the man’s bare buttocks as he thrusts on top of her); she caresses his bare back and buttocks as he kisses down her chest and abdomen (her bare breasts are visible); oral sex is implied as she moans and appears to climax.
A woman is forced to slowly undress (no nudity is visible) in front of her husband. She kisses down his chest as he closes his eyes (oral sex is implied).
A man and a woman kiss passionately on the staircase of a lighthouse.
A woman’s nude husband emerges from a bathtub and puts on a robe; he kisses her neck and shoulder and begins to remove her dress.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


Because it’s damn good-looking, it can make people angry. The film deeply hides the hype of the final version of female aversion “female phobia”, saying that Freud also excessively distorts Freud as a tool to belittle women.

There are countless similar films. The “crazy woman running out of the attic” is continuously demonized in the film, from Hitchcock series to fatal temptation, instinct and so on. Without exception, the film frames women in a place with a strong sense of pure masculine narcissism, and makes women bear the original sin for their so-called “castration trauma”. Coupled with Hollywood’s usual circular narrative means, women are bound to be punished in the place of the initial deception, the Lighthouse (phallic symbol) and the execution of the patriarchal society. The women outside the screen tragically identify with the women inside the screen and lose the basic ability of judgment. The sins committed by women in the film will be punished accordingly, and the side of women hindered by men returns to the corner of the background and is not publicized. How ironic that this hysterical and terrible witch was concocted by men! This extremely vicious representation of women’s image takes away the thin role of “being stared” from the base of women’s human nature, which will only make the meaning connotation of the film thinner. If the “scripted” interpretation of Freud is only for suspense gimmicks and “conviction” for women, how superficial it is and how superficial misuse of Freud!

Therefore, the ending of the film is so weak that it turns the clever suspense element in front into the so-called heroism complex above inferiority complex. It comes down to the film with only four words “be careful of women!” Until the end, behind UMA Thurman’s beautiful face, he still “dedicated” to make a terrible notice for the audience. Be careful of women! And I just want to say, “woman, be careful!”

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