I loved Ellar Coltane in the film. He was a great Mercer. I liked him much better than in the book. He seemed to fit better to Mae.
Viktor Frankl's book Man's Search for Meaning is being made into a film. Is there any way to suggest Emma Watson for the role? If they go a step further and show the book as portal to his Logotherapy one could consider her playing Elizabeth Lucas, an austrian Logotherapist, who was Viktor Frankl*s student and is developing his work to this day. Such a role would speak to Emma's natural intellectual acquity. No way can they have dull actors play those roles.
The beginnings of logotherapy are conceptualized in the book after his observations of human behavior.
This type of therapy moved the psychoanalysis into a new realm of taking your life into your own hands (quit staring at your belly button) and make a personal decision and do it.Logotherapy has moved my life.Would be great film compared to some of the idiotic film that are out there- Wonderwoman please- even if a woman plays the role. I would never pay money to see such a film; maybe read the comic.
Looks like poster for a Luc Besson science fiction film.
A student did power point presentation on Watson's misconception of woman. One artical the young woman used was WatsonDoomed and Destructive Feminism of Emma Watson. The young woman(psychology and theology major) came to the conclusion that EmW is confused about her own womanhood. Feminism is more than making choices. During the discussion I was amazed how critical young women were with her nude stunt on Vanity Fair. The boy said they looked for more between the material. From that more discussion started on how the photo shoot sexualizes women, and that is one of the things she was in her UN speech. I was surprised how sensitive young women were to her reflection of her own breasts (t*ts). I thought I would share. One must also be critical about what one sees and hears. I like emma but I do think she is backlashing herself.
Her stunt did role up a lot of questions. Young women were very critical of her. Emma has pulled back since then.
Emma's version of feminism is very mainstream and very inoffensive. She has made several comments in the past about other women and their behavior which could be construed as misogynistic and hypocritical. She seems to think she's classy, so of COURSE showing off her body could never pander to the male gaze. Things that would be non-feminist for other women don't seem to apply to Emma, in her mind. I don't think she really has that deep of an understanding of feminism. Either that, or she tries desperately to make sure she doesn't alienate male fans of hers by embracing a more strongly political and effective feminist ideology.
I think if we all try to live a life as a gifted, good woman, much has been done. Sexualizing the woman as object is what Emma did in a classic face, but still it is the same. Roll up Playboy, there is really no difference. Only the bunny is missing.
Lol, there is a vast difference between the Vanity Fair photos and Playboy. Bwhahahaha, i cant believe some people are really this jaded about her to try and even make the correlation. They are two separate things entirely.
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