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Seminar paper from the yr 2012 within the topic American experiences - Miscellaneous, grade: 1,3, collage of Mannheim, path: movie Noir, language: English, summary: during my paper, I discover how Billy Wilder's movie “Double Indemnity” (1944) depicts patriarchal gender family members and why Phyllis Dietrichson’s personality is socially suitable and a testomony to these patriarchal constructions of her time.

I will commence through setting up the concept that of Patriarchy in bankruptcy 2. The bankruptcy is necessary to elucidate easy principles that emerged from gender reviews and lay a origin. bankruptcy three introduces the femme fatale as a feminine archetype in movie noir. right here, i'm going to indicate what characterizes the showpiece-femme fatale, just about the socio-cultural heritage. the subsequent bankruptcy is the focus of my paper: The research of Phyllis Dietrichson in “Double Indemnity” (1944). After a quick creation to her personality, i'm going to study Phyllis when it comes to males. this can be pivotal for the good fortune of this paper.

How is she stricken by patriarchal gender relatives and why is her womanhood threatening to males? and because we're facing a filmy research, how is that this cinematically staged? bankruptcy five will be aware of the connection among Walter Neff and Barton Keyes. i made a decision so as to add this bankruptcy simply because their male-male bond reinforces patriarchal principles and is an ideal distinction to the relationships of Phyllis with Walter and her husband. by means of culture, the belief is the completing a part of my paper.

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