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    Default Is Bryan Singer's X-Men a showcase, of the socialist-direct but non-alive woman?

    Is Bryan Singer's X-Men a prototypical showcase, of the socialist-direct but non-alive woman?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trokanmariel33 View Post
    Is Bryan Singer's X-Men a prototypical showcase, of the socialist-direct but non-alive woman?
    In what way? You need some examples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the illustrious mr. kenway View Post
    In what way? You need some examples.
    I concur. I don't really understand the question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the illustrious mr. kenway View Post
    In what way? You need some examples.
    The movie is a non-representative example. What I can advance, however, is that the appearance of certain backdrop women throughout the film acts to create an aristocracy of sorts

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    Quote Originally Posted by trokanmariel33 View Post
    The movie is a non-representative example. What I can advance, however, is that the appearance of certain backdrop women throughout the film acts to create an aristocracy of sorts
    lol What?. sorry like that was a genuine laugh like not to insult but i don't get what your saying. The movie is a non-representative example of what? What backdrop are you "advancing" when you refer to backdrop women. Like were they overtly sexual, lacked story line, where props for men, like in what context are you referring. And what sort of aristocracy or what element of it or just in general? A certain time period?
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    Quote Originally Posted by trokanmariel33 View Post
    The movie is a non-representative example. What I can advance, however, is that the appearance of certain backdrop women throughout the film acts to create an aristocracy of sorts
    I have no idea what this means.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trokanmariel33 View Post
    The movie is a non-representative example. What I can advance, however, is that the appearance of certain backdrop women throughout the film acts to create an aristocracy of sorts
    Could you elaborate, I think context is needed here.

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    This guy is a troll, check out his other posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwatson View Post
    lol What?. sorry like that was a genuine laugh like not to insult but i don't get what your saying. The movie is a non-representative example of what? What backdrop are you "advancing" when you refer to backdrop women. Like were they overtly sexual, lacked story line, where props for men, like in what context are you referring. And what sort of aristocracy or what element of it or just in general? A certain time period?
    The non-representative examples and the aristocracy are intertwined with each other

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    This thread makes no sense. You had three opportunities to explain what you meant and failed to each time.

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