Something Called Beauty

Something Called Beauty

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In retrospect, beauty is defined as an innate idea of the perception of life’s quality that gives pleasure to the mind or senses and is associated with such properties as harmony of form or color, excellence of artistry, truthfulness, and originality.

However, in Adelin Gasana’s tenth and final film of 2006 he argues with intrinsic detail that beauty is in fact inert, timeless, and generic used especially to psychologically imprison women in the Western society by keeping them focused whole-heartedly on ideal beauty—which can never be accomplished—while limiting them as passive, submissive, and dependent individuals in a male patriarchal society.

He expresses his viewpoint by excerpts from Naomi Wolf’s 1992 International Bestseller, The Beauty Myth as well with six interviews of University of West Florida female students.

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