elliot-wolf - April 4, 2018
Jessica Chastain wants women to be depicted in a more tasteful light when losing their top for a scene. The best part about a woman taking her clothes off is that she isn’t required to talk while doing so. Nothing kills an erection faster than a prude fully dressed female ranting on about why the nudity in Hollywood is less cultured than most European movies. Chastain is basically arguing that Hollywood is a bunch of heathens that just make women get naked for fun. And I’m still looking for the problem with that.
“I have no issues with nudity, especially in a lot of European cinema that I adore, but I find that in American cinema, the idea of nudity has always bothered me,” Chastain told Vulture.
“I realized why: For me, I’m uncomfortable with nudity when it feels like it’s not the person’s decision to be naked, when it’s something that has been put upon them. In a way, I see that as like a victimization,” she added. “It trains an audience that exploiting someone in their body should be normal for nudity, when I think the opposite.”
Feelings aren't facts and stripping down to your birthday suit doesn’t automatically mean a woman was forced to do so as most women would speculate. Show more get paid more. Tits are attention grabbers and nice to look at. It’s that simple and there isn’t much else to understand. But Jessica still doesn’t get it. She romanticizes nudity in cinema from overseas and looks down on women baring it all in American films. There’s obviously a divergence when it comes to comparing anything in America to Europe. Europe had actual royal families while the closest thing the United States has to one is the Kardashians. So naturally we interpret some concepts like what defines cinematic art differently. But a tit is a tit whether it’s in a foreign film with lots of dialogue or Girls Gone Wild.
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