Mr. Laser Beam wrote:
I've only ever seen her in Inception
but she was great in it. And, let's face it, she is visually appealing. (Is that safe enough to say?
I'd say her beauty made everything about her a little more sinister, and contributed in a very positive way to the atmosphere of the entire film. Or should I have said negative? It definitely added to her part either way.
I admit beauty is an element that gets more and more overused in fiction these days, making the people on screen appear unrealistic, and is generally a cheap way to sell an emotion to your audience (Avatar, I'm looking at you), but in Mal's case, I think it was certainly worth it, and I see nothing wrong if we acknowledged that. I'm going to pick a Bat'leth fight with anyone who disagrees with me on that.
I'm a little concerned about the socialist face thing though. Does this mean that Nolan is a liberal?
Does this mean I
am a liberal?
I'm afraid now.