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So when I watched the cult classic She's The Man for the first also depicting the vulnerability and intimacy of male relationships. Of course, we know that “Sebastian” is actually Viola—but Duke doesn't. In the end, Viola reveals her identity on the field and is allowed to continue playing the game. I made breakfast, darling. Viola: What are you talking about? Why are you lying? Justin: Viola! End of discussion. Viola: FINE. End of relationship. Justin: Baby. Duke. [Quoting Coach] Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. [to Viola (as.
Duke, still furious at "Sebastian", refuses to cooperate with him on the field. Determined to makes amends with Duke, "Sebastian" explains that he is actually Viola. Illyria wins the game when Viola scores a goal, finally humiliating Justin and the rest of the Cornwall boys.
Everyone at Illyria celebrates their victory over Cornwall, except for Duke who is hurt about Viola's deception. Viola introduces Sebastian and Olivia officially, and they begin dating. Viola and Sebastian's divorced parents also make up, exchanging contact information so as to be better parents towards their children.
She invites Duke to her debutante ball, with an invitation delivered by Sebastian, now Duke's roommate. Still hurt, Duke doesn't respond to Viola's invitation, which devastates her. At the ball, Viola is skeptical that Duke will show up; she distracts herself by assisting Olivia, who is being escorted by Sebastian to the ball, and is touched when Paul asks to be her date. Her mother shows up with a dress that will suit Viola's "no ruffles" policy, but Viola decides to go for a walk instead.
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She runs into Duke outside, who tells her that he has feelings for her, but that he doesn't want there to be any more deception on her part; Viola promises to be honest with him. Unlike the typical image inflicted upon teenage boys, Duke portrays a male character that is interested in more than just boobs and the gym.
Although he attempts to conceal it, he has a sensitive side.
In the macho world of the young male, sensitivity is synonymous with weakness and femininity. Therefore, the gender roles that define men restrict them from showing any form of emotion what-so-ever.
Fickman attacks societal implications of gender roles from both sides of the spectrum. Together, this lethal combination tears down the sustained ideology defining men and women within society.Winning Goal Scene - She's The Man
A classic uninvolved chick flick. However, at a closer look, the feature depicts a complex depiction of the societal gender roles placed upon women, as well as men today.
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This seemingly simplistic film has had a personal impact upon me throughout my years of soccer and is a classic that has empowered all female soccer players for the duration of their careers. I wanna trying something where I'm gonna act like a girl and you're gonna talk to me, ok? Do, do I have to? Duke, nice to meet you. OK, that was creepy. You really just sounded like a girl just then. I used to imitate my sister all the time.
I got really good at it. Come on, get up.
Ask me some questions and if the chemistry's right, things will just start flowin'. Ask me if I like I like gouda too? What does your heart tell you?
I just can't do this. Just remember, inside every girl, there's a boy. That came out wrong but you know what I mean.
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Could you be a girl for just 5 seconds Viola: First of all it's not a stupid soccer issue and Oh look at that, times up. I am convinced he's hiding something. He may be a little lost and confused, but deep down he's an all-american, red-blooded male, just like yourself. And no, I will not wear high heels.