Month: March 2011

a brief history of Swedish film

Sweden has been a part of the film industry almost right from the start. As early as 1896, moving pictures were screened in Malmö. In the silent film era, Victor Sjöström and Mauritz Stiller created the Golden Age of the Swedish film, with masterpieces like Ingeborg Holm (Victor Sjöström, 1913) and Gösta Berlings saga (Mauritz…

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Clueless: a post-feminist propaganda

The First-wave feminism enabled women the right to vote, the Second-wave feminism entitled women with more equal rights in family and workplace, with more personal reproductive rights and such. However, after revolutions conducted and so many rights attained, instead of building a further and wider world of liberation and achievement, women are trapped in a…

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