Mad Max Fury Road Film Analysis

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I.Topic For my project, I will be examining the cultural issue, the depiction of women in an action film where they represent feminism. In film, there is not enough representation of female characters that are capable of being independent and strong all while not being sexualized. Most female character who are given the traits strong and independent often times are hyper sexualized because they are women which means there objects in male’s view. However, female characters are need of makeovers in action movies and directors need to remember that it is important to portray women accurately not what it ought to be. Film industries do not focus on depicting women in action films where they are pro feminist and original (original I mean they characters did not come from a comic book or books).
The pop culture text I will be using to frame and analyze my issue is Mad Max: Fury Road. Mad Max is a movie that portrays women in a positive, feminist manner. The female characters challenge stereotypes and the film exhibits that throughout the movie.
I am interested in using Mad Max: Fury Road because when I watched it for the first time, it left me thinking about how women should be portrayed more like
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In Mad Max, a key issue is women are like animals and objects, for example, in the beginning of the film there are women that are hooked up to machines to provide milk for others and they are being depicted like their are cows. The main reason that Mad Max is a feminist action film is because a group of females are escaping the city that Immortan Joe, the patriarchy, rules. Overall, the main character who is female is Furiosa. She is the movies hero and brings quite a bit of feminist views to the table for instance, she does not let Max take over her goal or another example, she takes charge and shows that she is capable of stepping up like when she takes the five wives to the “Green

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