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The resulting film, "Teeth," premiered to great buzz at the Sundance Film Festival last year.
It's fitting that the controversial Paglia was the creative inspiration for Lichtenstein (she also contributed to one scene, writing the text of a Google search on vagina dentata) because the film sits somewhere between feminist fairy tale, bold cultural critique and gory comedy.
Later this month, women there "will be able to arm their vaginas with the Rapex device, a product priced at 1 rand (around 14 cents) and sold over the counter," the* Guardian *reports.
"Shaped like a female condom and worn internally, its hollow interior is lined with 25 razor-sharp teeth, which fasten on to an attacker's penis if he attempts penetration."**Some people - including women's campaigners - have criticised the device for being "vengeful". The device is "inserted with an applicator like a tampon, and removed with the same applicator," according to the Rapex website.
Even as she delivers a speech on the importance of "saving your greatest gift" until marriage, she has locked eyes with the handsome Tobey (Hale Appleman). Lichtenstein says he intended the film as a commentary on the metaphoric power the vagina dentata myth still exerts on contemporary imaginations, and he didn't have to stray too far from modern headlines to find evidence that Americans have trouble discussing female genitalia.
In one scene, a large gold sticker is shown over the science book anatomy drawings of the female reproductive organ, while nothing covers the male equivalent - a real situation that Lichtenstein found happened in Virginia in 2000.
"In doing interviews, I had one reporter tell me he'd have to find a euphemism for 'vagina' because his paper wouldn't print it," says Lichtenstein, who is the son of artist Roy Lichtenstein and has acted in movies and television. " As for the perennial difficulty in securing funding for controversial independent films, Lichtenstein says that he didn't even think of shopping his movie to a major studio or big indie production house.
All joking (and a perhaps unprecedented number of prosthetic penises) aside, Lichtenstein is aiming at a deeply held strain of misogyny.Klikając w słowo kluczowe, które Cię interesuje, otrzymujesz listę artykułów i wideo powiązanych z tym słowem.Dawn grows up in the shadow of a nuclear power plant.In high school, while her biology class studies evolution, she realizes she may have a hidden curse, an "adaptation." She lives with her mom, step-father, and hard-edged step-brother.She likes Tobey, a guy at school, and he likes her.