The Fears In Dr. Nathan Bateman's Creation Of Kyoko And Ava

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Dr. Nathan Bateman’s creation of Kyoko and Ava represent fears of the advancement of machines, male dominance, and the rise of women. Throughout the film, Kyoko is seen efficient. Ava is seen intelligent and manipulative. Machines that are efficient and fast are what Americans fear. They fear there will be many job losses. In a male dominated society, many women fear that no matter how hard they try to change the society, it will always be a man’s world. Men see powerful women threats to the society. It makes them look weak, and they do not want to be seen weak. Films are always a reflection of society.

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