Sinfully Delicious Film Analysis

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Thematic excellence
“A vague disclaimer added to movie ratings to explain why they are rated the way they are- without actually explaining anything!
Yet another example of how the film industry lives off of consumer confusion and crazy marketing tactics.” filler,K . (2006).
The picture of Juliette Binoche hand-feeding chocolate to Johnny Depp, gazing into his eyes along with the movie tagline, “Sinfully Delicious,” allows the viewer to assume the film is a sultry love story with bounty of sex scenes. Though, Chocolat is not a love story and Johnny Depp is only part of the subplot.
This film gives insight about feminism and patriarchy. It is more than a love film, despite initial impressions. It weaves religious themes, modern movements and
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Salma Hayek convincingly presents suffer and agony in Frida’s life. The sister of Frida supports the main character role big time, when she sleeps with Diego she adds to Frida’s sufferings. They all compile together to make the life of Frida a misery, regardless the bad omen that follows her.

Cross Genre
The romantic story between Diego and Frida that starts when she was young when she used to sneak on him in the theater with his mistresses is a big love story that unconsciously starts when she was young. The iconography, the set up, the big love that Diego shows in the end when he gets back to her while she was sick- dying, proves a big Romance. The Drama is all throughout her life, first with the Bus accident, then with the gangrene that starts in her feet. Love, malady, passion tragedy creates Drama Romance

Conclusion
The movie speaks of Mexican art and history, two famous painters Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Julie Taymor portrays the affair of the 2 painter in a sexual exaggerated matter. The film borders on the pornographic area in so many scenes. This damages the legacy of the history of these 2 painters. However, the positive message is clear, pain lead to great
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