Thelma And Louise Feminism

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Thelma and Louise, directed by Ridley Scott, consist of two best friends who embark on going out to a fishing trip. Their journey, however, turns into a flight and they decide to go to Mexico, but soon they are hunted by the police. The final scene of this movie ends in a freeze frame as they drive off the Grand Canyon and commit suicide. Linda Lopez McAlister argues that Thelma and Louise finally attain freedom through their final actions and through different use of editing techniques, I agree. This film itself has been critiqued consecutively claiming to be about “feministic freedom”. This in fact is true as we see two best friends finally out of being under control by men, having fun and the time of their lives, while the men are disturbed
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