Dreamworlds Film Analysis

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Dreamworlds is a film that analyzes the roles that sex and power play in today’s music videos. This film wastes no time diving into the subject and immediately begins to display popular music videos from all types of genres. Whether it’s pop, rock, hip-hop, rap, or country, nothing stops the music industry from displaying sexualized images of women and male sexual dominance.
This film did an extraordinary job of describing and depicting the sexual imagery, and the trend in themes of modern music videos. The subject of male sexual dominance is one of the topics covered in the film and how that fictional role has changed the way men treat women in society. The way the sexuality of women is shown in this music videos makes it seem like women are just sexual creatures ready to please men at whatever moment they desire.
While not every artist participates in these kinds of music
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These are the topics that seem to be most interesting and applicable to the film.
Letitia Anne describes sexual desire with a quote as “…the subjective experience of being interested in sexual objects or activities or wishing to engage in sexual activities” (Regan & Berscheid, 1999). This section of the article goes on to describe how men “show more interest in sex than women” (Baumeister, Catanese, & Vohs, 2001). Men also tend to think about sex more than women and are also more likely to report more frequent sex fantasies and feelings. Men overall are more oriented towards sex and will want it more frequently than women. Women on the other hand tend to be less oriented towards sex. From an evolutionary perspective, this makes absolute sense considering that they can only reproduce once a year whilst men can reproduce multiple times a

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