Vanity Fair evaluation action

2022-03-21 08:01
"Vanity Fair" interprets the patriarchal ideology and the female image centered on pecuniary interests for the audience. The film criticized the darkness and chaos of British society in the 19th century, and showed the British Victorian society incisively and vividly. There is a sharp contrast between the characters of the two heroines Becky Sharp and Emilia Setley in the film, especially Becky Sharp's unique charm that is neither evil nor kind has left a mark in the hearts of the audience. deep impression. In addition, "Vanity Fair" also well explained the importance of mentality to women   .
The success of "Vanity Fair" is inseparable from the originality of clothing design. The costume design of this film is perfectly combined with the lens language and narrative body like a bond, and it plays a role in strengthening the contradiction and promoting the development of the plot. In "Vanity Fair", costume design plays an extremely important role in this film as the costume is a representation of vanity. With the ups and downs of the characters' fate, the constantly changing costume styles are sometimes dazzling and sometimes gloomy. The costumes in the film are like a gambling game, which brings a high visual enjoyment to the audience   .
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  • Herta 2022-03-22 09:03:01

    Such a strong, optimistic, tenacious woman who is not afraid of being hurt deserves a good life. Love and kindness are not just in the name of lady and chastity.

  • Edgardo 2022-03-21 09:03:29

    It's basically perfect... The moment Becky was abandoned, I seemed to see Matsuko: girls all dream of becoming princesses, and once the white swan takes a wrong step, they can't go back... PS Mr. Doberman, I'm so fond of you~ ~~~

Vanity Fair quotes

  • Miss Matilda Crawley: Keep your toadying until I get to a fire. You can suck up all you wish once I'm warm.

  • Miss Matilda Crawley: Oh, please tell me there's something disreputable in your past

    Becky Sharp: Well, my father was an artist

    Miss Matilda Crawley: Ah, that's better, a starving one I hope

    Becky Sharp: Absolutely ravenous

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