Female Bodybuilding Drama Subverts Male Gaze With Incredible Fashion: The first foreground is almost microscopic, so when you are trying to identify the body parts that you are looking at, you can see that it emanates from individual sweat pores. The camera then retreated a little, long enough to realize that you are at the bottom a few inches from the woman’s neck – this could be the pearl of it? – When she pushes herself to the limit of the weight machine. This music is a fantastic guitar improvisation that is not inappropriate in David Lynch’s film, not as strong as his painful exhalation.
“Pearl” commentary: female bodybuilding drama subverts male gaze with incredible fashion – Venice
The debut of Elsa Amiel is worth it, and ask, take a closer look.
The first foreground is almost microscopic, so when you are trying to identify the body parts that you are looking at, you can see that it emanates from individual sweat pores. The camera then retreated a little, long enough to realize that you are at the bottom a few inches from the woman’s neck – this could be the pearl of it? – When she pushes herself to the limit of the weight machine. This music is a fantastic guitar improvisation that is not inappropriate in David Lynch’s film, not as strong as his painful exhalation.
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From the first moments, “pearl” by Elsa Amiel is the focus of the body – not tilt, in a personalized way, but as an object of work, not only should be observed, but it should be understood anatomical level. Amiel was the first assistant director with Bertrand Bonello and Noémie Lvovsky, and his debut made a surprising first impression. Co-authors / directors clearly absorbs some lessons from their collaborators, and can impart something – this is a thin and muscular cinema, often in the range of a scene of sensuality and rudeness.
Pearl, named after Léa (JuliaFöry), was a competitive bodybuilder, under the strict guidance of Al (Peter Mullan, whose gravel as the dominant voice can inspire fear of anyone present). We know little about their relationship, but obviously very nervous; Al is not an encouragement to encourage people to talk, but more concerned about maintaining their legacy rather than protecting their players. When paradise contest for the famous final preparation, has been under great pressure, when his estranged ex appeared and asked him to take care of the children together with their children, pearl reached a breaking point – a familiar environment Amiel uses an air to breathe new life. Documentary reality.
What follows is a strange, sad moment, like Albert in the light of the UV lamp in the sun, as an incredible tear-jerkers bodybuilders, leg prostheses folded under the parking lot; the soundtrack, all electronic pulse And rumble, both make this surrealism more obvious. In another scenario, pearl youngest son met a muscular man in the stairwell crying, he said, “my father said he cried only Mother Goddess”, and get away, then men can respond. “Pearl” is not particularly involved in the narrative, but moments like this are plentiful, and in their own way, a profound impact.
In addition to an irony, Malik deformation of the narrative (“let the saint accessible – who do not know the price we pay”) is an example of “pearl” took an attractive dramatic method of alignment system. With the support of a real actor bodybuilders do – or Amiel casting agency to find a complete break from the composition of the actor – and Fory herself is an expert competitor, her performance for the first time that is not limited to the ability of the artist Stage.
Amiel and challenge her and questioned with the traditional concept of femininity and beauty, of what is expected from a movie about bodybuilding easier – there is no point that was too obvious, no idea with the heavy focus for the exploration. Drama is not always true, since the root cause of the tension between the pearl and Al has never been fully explained, and therefore is not entirely convincing, but the role itself always feels natural – even if your muscles they are not.