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Still from Joe Dante’s Gremlins (1984)

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    I would have liked this movie if it weren't for the fact that it shows the (white, male, colonialist) protagonist slapping a naked, black woman to the floor within the first five minutes (leaving her cowering and covering her face). My interest in this person nose-dived at this point and never recovered. I appreciate that it is historically accurate but it distanced me from the character, and throughout the film I found myself far more intrigued by the perspectives of…

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    Fuck you H****y W*******n.

    It was actually difficult to watch this knowing that HW personally instructed that extra sex scenes be added. The scenes are unnecessarily voyeuristic and don't add much, at all, to the film, other than to make it tonally confused. Not least because of the way these scenes are shot - the lighting is too perfect, the angle of Hayek's body too contorted. Even the shot of Kahlo (Hayek) as she lies unconcious and wounded is made…

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    About half way through this film, near the end of the intimate, real, humanising, and appropriately long sex scene, three (young!) people walked out, two of whom were a straight couple. As they left the woman said to the man, clearly referring to what she had only just seen, "God, that was awful."

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