Unformatted text preview: shot through the camera looked better. Wiley talked about Mary Collier table in which she believed it was “cruddy” until she filmed it and described it as “glamorous and beautiful and glittering.” The relationship between ugliness and beautiful was that, ugliness was just the reality and beautiful was the glass eye (looking out the window)and outside of the realm of reality but seeing the effects of it or seeing reality itself. Yes, I think feminism and the personal was a useful framework for Nelson and Wiley because they both believed in the human aspect as well using the perspective of an women to expose women conditions. They were personally striving for attention, but not only the attention of getting women’s experiences of birth, marriage, coercive competitions and pregnancy out there to the public, but as well as their professional careers as directors....
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course CMCL-C 392 taught by Professor Segal during the Fall '10 term at Indiana.
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