“Mother of the Dragon” Emily Clarke feels angry when the sisters in the movie are praised as strong
The Empress Clarke, nicknamed “Mother of the Dragon”, has been known to hate the fact that someone who says the female character in the movie is “strong,” thinks it’s a way. Speaking of gender discrimination.
Women are making history at the Cannes Film Festival 2018. From the jury of women to the peaceful protest was attended by 83 women on the red carpet. Kristen Stewart took off his bare feet to protest the dress code required for the festival’s high heels. A hotline to support cases of sexual assault or harassment.
Recently, another voice came out as Solo actress: A Star Wars Story Emilia Clarke said she did not like someone praising the female characters as “strong” “and that it is a way of expressing gender discrimination.
Emilia Clarke said at the launch of this year’s Solo that a strong female character is synonymous with being the weak sister. She is also comparable to male characters – who are rarely called “strong” but simply male, male. Clarke then prompts the interviewer to change the way she speaks, asking her about the feeling of acting as a power figure in the film and emphasizing her character simply as a woman. In the movie, “Mother Dragon” plays Qi’ra – a female character who seems to be better at dressing and fighting than fighting.
Anyway, the star also said his point. Unrecognized actresses who are not “strong” will be left feeling that they are inferior and have not tried their best. Not every “strong” woman is physically or mentally speaking. The overemphasis on the strength of a female character based on their relative relative humility is something that, according to Emilia, she does not like at all.
This is not the first time the actress has expressed her views on gender discrimination in the film industry. She has previously refused to continue her nude role as Daenerys Targaryen in the Game of Thrones series and has run newspaper interviews when they want to question her views on the hot scenes in the HBO series. .
This year’s Cannes Film Festival will be held from May 8 to May 19, 2008, shortly afterwards on May 25. Solo: A Star Wars Story will be screened in Vietnam. On May 15th, when it was released in Cannes, the film received mixed reviews from the audience when some said that the film does not really match the stature of the Star Wars film series and other praised the film by director Ron Howard.