Offence is by its very nature a subjective state of mind, being that everyone has their own ’sacred cows’ their own fig leafs, liberal or conservative there are certain territories that we hold with a certain sacredness, certain paths that should not be taken in the mind, and which should be defended at all costs. […]

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Eureka! Science fiction and feminism – two words that rarely meet in contemporary film criticism or analysis in either film criticism or feminist literature, well I figure, lets change that. Interstellar (Dir: Chris Nolan 2014) is a cosmic Sci-Fi in the tradition of hard Sci-Fi such as 2001: A Space Odyssey by the visionary Stanley Kubrick […]

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