Death By Landscape Analysis

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We live in a world where homosexuals are mocked by society. Going back in time when attitude based on homosexuality varied by era and region in Medieval Europe, this is when all sexual practices were allowed until the 12th century came along and the development of christianity changed the views on sexuality. Death by landscape starring Lois, emplifies homosexuality at a young age, whereas, Lolita starring Humbert represents a pedophile pursuing a young minor also referred to in the book a “nymphet.” When an individual begins to get involved in a relationship it is natural they label what they are sharing with their companion as “LOVE,” which in this case I declare as “LUST.” As an individual starts pursuing another, their sexuality comes into …show more content…
In Lolita, Humbert becomes paranoid when he discovers that someone wants to take Lolita from him and he does not think of anyone else pursuing Lolita than himself. He is self centered, he is protecting what he believes is his so he is clearly hiding Lolita. Self preservation you may think of it. Humbert becomes nervous that one person that could possibly want to take Lolita from him, knows too much about his relationship with Lolita. When Lolita escapes, he looks for them. He’s truly paranoid at this point and his paranoia is messing with his social well being, he shuts out the world and focuses on retrieving the young …show more content…
A perfect film that shares the same message is a 2015 British biographical romantic drama film called, “The Danish Girl.” The Danish girl is based on a famous artist name Einar who was married for six years and struggled to mask his life long identification as a woman. When he was given the opportunity to pose as a female figure for a painting, there sets off a progression, first tentative and then irreversible, of leaving behind his identity as Einar and then renamed himself as Lily. Einar’s wife began painting feminine pictures of her husband thinking that her husband was only acting as a female, but did not know it was his him releasing his true personality as Lily. They struggled with their marriage because Einar. her husband, had believed and accepted that Lily is who he/she really was. Lily also known as Einar began dressing up like a woman, went through surgeries to turn into a woman but then was psychologically bullied and was called insane by many psychologist he visited. Later, he was almost sent to an asylum because people thought he was insane by saying “there is a woman living inside of me, and I want her to be known.” Anyhow, the message that the movie set out was that, no matter how

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