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Jay Dyer and Tristan analyze the 1974 film The Stepford Wives, based on the novel by Ira Levin (writer of Rosemary's Baby), and the hilariously bad 2004 remake with Nicole Kidman. A fun, comedic deep dive review and analysis of he sci-fi tinged, satirical feminist suspense thriller about fembots, male-female dynamics, women's liberation, and the mean bad oppressive patriarchy turning women into vacant trad robowives. Conviértete en un seguidor de este podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/jay-sanalysis--1423846/support.
Jay Dyer and Tristan analyze the 1974 film The Stepford Wives, based on the novel by Ira Levin (writer of Rosemary's Baby), and the hilariously bad 2004 remake with Nicole Kidman. A fun, comedic deep dive review and analysis of he sci-fi tinged, satirical feminist suspense thriller about fembots, male-female dynamics, women's liberation, and the mean bad oppressive patriarchy turning women into vacant trad robowives. leer más leer menos

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