The czechoslovakian government did not appreciate the

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active the main characters were in their day to day lives. The Czechoslovakian government did not appreciate the promiscuous ideals it was spreading to society, and therefore banned the film. In the film the two main young women were seen going against the norms of women in that time period. At the start of the film one woman was picking her nose and the other one was playing trumpet; going against the idea that women were supposed to be clean and quiet. Although throughout the film the girls were dressed in “girly” clothing such as bikini’s, dresses, heels, flower crowns. Many feminists today would agree that you can take a stand for women’s liberation while still dressing feminine. The film was filled with the young girl’s everyday errands and adventures. The girls were seen going on many dinner dates with an older man, as the film progressed the men began getting old in age. During the first dinner date one of the girls, Marie was at the restaurant with the older man and Marie #2 came in and joined the date. Marie
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#1 was symbolizing how a woman should act on a date by eating little food and not asking for much. The other girl on the date however requested order after order of chicken, wine, bread, and
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