In Resident Evil Retribution there are equal numbers of female and male characters starring. The female characters talk considerably and participate in more notable behaviours. They are represented as a hero or killer through masculine attributes or at times through the dress sense. Alice contributes as the main character in the film; she is captured by the Umbrella Corporation, constraining her to make her emission from an underwater facility in the Arctic Circle, used for testing the T-virus.
Resident Evil: Retribution is a 2012 science fiction, action and horror film written and directed by Paul W. S. Anderson. It is based on the Capcom survival horror video game series Resident Evil. This film shows the representation of women as the qualities of the women are like that of a stereotype of men-heroic and strong. There are a number of countless fight scenes, which suggest the control and supremacy of females. In the corridor fight, Alice uses a long chain to safeguard herself and achieves victory in the fight. A high angle shot has been used to allow the audience to see the character and the surroundings. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45P05l4IO6Q).
During the start on the Red Queen, she finds an Umbrella combat battle suit. This suit contains a black pliable full body suit, cut off finger gloves, sealed with finger seams. On the top of the suit is a tight leather vest with close-fitting-cut and straps. Alice wears black high boots with chunk heels. Her hair is neat and a darker shade of brown. The code of clothing she wears suggests that she is represented with power and independence. She is ready for accomplishment and is changing the traditional representation of females.
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In conclusion, women ensure vulnerability as this is expected because they are female characters. This would not be acceptable if there were no scenes as this is what is stereotypically projected. The film Resident Evil Retribution 2012 shows that women are given vast amount of power and are represented as strong so the viewers can aspire to guise up them. As a result of the change in society, women are now represented as superior. I have found out that the image of females is still negative because we live in a patriarchal society. Therefore, we would expect the dominance of males. Although there are some movies which show the power and independence of females, I believe that over the years more females will have a stronger role and can be treated with the same respect that men receive.
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