lunes, 12 de julio de 2010
Derecho de familia (Family Law)
Bechdel test: No. There isn't one scene without the male protagonist on it. There are several female characters, but they were interact with each other.
Sexual violence: No. It can be a bit upsetting how, in the beginning of the film, the protagonist assumes that he's going to marry one of his students one day. The entire relationship is based on him keeping secrets from her.
Other forms of violence: No.
Anything else: Not really. It's the story of an extremely privileged thirtysomething who is trying to figure out what sort of father and son he wants to be; the "angsty man with a delayed adolescent crisis" is a frequent theme in Argentinian cinema which is normally solved with humour.