(1) explain how Double Indemnity is a good example of film noir; and(2) explain how the film FITS Mulvey?s argument (see notes below)The MAN ? is a developed, 3-dimensional character.? is active.? is the one who LOOKS, the spectator (and the camera tends to look WITH him).? moves the narrative forward.? Therefore, because of all of the above, he is the character we most identify with (and by that I do NOT mean that you think you and the character are alike).The WOMAN? is a one-dimensional character.? is passive.? is the one LOOKED AT (the object of the man and the camera?s gaze).? Since she?s an erotic spectacle, she freezes the flow of the narrative (the narrative stops while we look at her).And we?ve already identified some other patterns in the films we?ve watched so far:? the binary oppositions of good/bad women.? the condemnation and punishment of bad (especially sexually transgressive) women.? the erasure of women?s voices and points of view (specifically in Rebecca).In this paper ALWAYS italicize movie titles. 1.5 to 2 pages is all I need. MLA format with a work cited page. Do not plagiarize please. Really need this one CLICK HERE TO GET MORE ON THIS PAPER !!!CLICK HERE TO ORDER THIS PAPER AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE
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