THE PERSECUTION OF WOMEN IN THE FILMS BLACKMAIL AND FRENZY THROUGH THE USE OF SOUND AND LANGUAGE

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Music and Movies

 

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Kenneth K

 

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August 13, 2013

 

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University

 

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Regardless of how violently depicted the aforementioned incident was, it is the female's inevitable exclusion through sound and language that leads to her inevitable downfall, displaying both films' attempts "to appropriate femininity and to destroy it", alluding to Modelski's curious comparison of "sympathy and misogyny" (110)...
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Despite the severity of the discrimination, and how it is depicted in either film, there appears to be an underlying sympathy due to the lack of communication the female has within "the man's world" due to the individual's exclusion from sound, as Yacowar states in his analysis of Blackmail, stating that "It works as a brilliant examination of the limits and problems of human communication" (103)...
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