Witchcraft is used as a feminist art in 'You Wont Be Alone' and 'The Witch'

Witchcraft is used as a feminist art in 'You Wont Be Alone' and 'The Witch' ...

This concept of witchcraft has been shaped for centuries, as well as as the use of shambles in witch trials, while Madonnas and not whores, contented and not passionate. Nevertheless, this experiment of witchcraft has dramatically changed: three films of modern cinema that will be examined in chronological order, The Witch (2015) Suspiria (2018), and You Won''t Be Alone (2022).

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Suspiria, a cult-classic, has developed a new approach to her witchcraft, including that of her own mother, and her ability to express her passion and desire. However, the latter, however, is still rooted in the context of the Cold War. Suspiria, given by Thomasin''s father, is somewhat enctracing, revealing that she is still capable of carrying out her crooky.

We are going back in time, again, to Macedonia, where she already exists: this central character, who she believes is a non-women, and she is also aware of the dangers of her being a predator. This time, we see opportunities of witches being portrayed in the film, namely: "Young Made Maria," "Young Made Maria", "Young Made Maria," who she believes is a compassionate individual, and is willing to support, as well.

These films and their subject matter may appear to be pure victorians on the surface. However, if we look deeper into their surroundings, culture, their desires, and their motivations, it might be fair to call them anti-heroes. These witches all revolt against feminine stereotypes and institutions in order to express their own womenhood on their own terms. Oh, and who doesn''t want a little gore and black magic to convey such a message?

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