Title

Bondage: How the James Bond films effect the female race.

Presenter Information

Jessica Murillo-Rosales

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC 135

Start Date

16-5-2013

End Date

16-5-2013

Abstract

The James Bond movies are a classic in our American society. Many movies and shows parody and copy the same structure of this secret agent film. Although the James Bond movies are well known, the view of sexism lingers in each scene, especially in Casino Royale. To help give a broader example, I will discuss how the Bond girl’s appearances affect women in our society today and the negativity it brings to the word female. Using the movie Casino Royale, scenes will be fully analyzed and interpreted in a male to female view. Also, there will be a scholarly document about how Miss Moneypenny, a continuous role in the 007 films, has gradually grown from flirtatious to respectful. This presentation is to inform the hidden theme of sexism to the audience; creating a second guess on this action film and the story plot it is secretly creating.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Melissa Johnson

Additional Mentoring Department

English

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Bondage: How the James Bond films effect the female race.

SURC 135

The James Bond movies are a classic in our American society. Many movies and shows parody and copy the same structure of this secret agent film. Although the James Bond movies are well known, the view of sexism lingers in each scene, especially in Casino Royale. To help give a broader example, I will discuss how the Bond girl’s appearances affect women in our society today and the negativity it brings to the word female. Using the movie Casino Royale, scenes will be fully analyzed and interpreted in a male to female view. Also, there will be a scholarly document about how Miss Moneypenny, a continuous role in the 007 films, has gradually grown from flirtatious to respectful. This presentation is to inform the hidden theme of sexism to the audience; creating a second guess on this action film and the story plot it is secretly creating.