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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor Institution Course Date Born in Flames: Annotated Bibliography Thesis: Lizzie Borden’s 1983 movie Born in Flames serves as both a tool of feminist, antiracist, and anti-social movements. The film also acts as an inspiration for shaping future political actions. Borden, Lizzie. Born In Flames . 1983. The movie is set ten years from one of the United States' most peaceful revolutions, a revolution that allowed a socialist administration to take power. Dystopian, the movie shows how the ruling government deals with a variety of progressive issues, including gay, minorities, discrimination, and bigotry persist. However, there are still so many challenges, such as unemployment and government preferences. During the anniversary, the Media and the ruling government organizes a celebration; however, the audience soon becomes conscious that not everybody is right. In New York City, a group of women chose to further push the movement than anybody, men and women could have expected against such alleged injustices. In this way, the film is an intrusion in Marxist

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