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Binary opposites

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  • 1. By StephJarram & Emma Jolliffe
    Binary Opposites
  • 2. Male:
    Stereotypes in film:
    Gender
    Female:
    Stereo types in film:
  • Age
    Old:
    Stereotypes in film:
    • Night at the museum
    • 18. Mamma Mia
    • 19. Mrs Doubtfire
    Young:
    Stereotypes in film:
    • The little rascals
    • 23. Series of unfortunate events
    • 24. Jumanji
  • ethnicity
    Black:
    Stereotypes in film:
    • Hotel Rwanda
    • 28. SlumdogMillionnaire
    • 29. Street dance 3D
    White:
    Stereotypes in film:
  • sexuality
    Straight:
    Stereotypes in film:
    • Mr and Mrs Smith
    • 39. Legally Blonde
    • 40. She’s the Man
    Gay:
    • Looked at as being different/wrong?
    • 41. Friendly
    • 42. Equal
    • 43. Different views
    Stereotypes in film:
    • Brokeback mountain
  • Class and status
    Rich:
    Stereotypes in film:
    • Cheaper by the Dozen
    • 47. Music and Lyrics
    Poor:
    • On the streets/beggars
    • 48. Scrounge for food/drink
    • 49. They suffer with everything
    • 50. Feel like giving up
    Stereotypes in film:
    • Pirates of the Caribbean
    • 51. Charlie and the chocolate factory
  • Physical ability/disability
    Able bodied:
    • Strong
    • 52. Fit
    • 53. Can do anything physical
    • 54. Seen to be ‘lucky’ to be healthy
    Stereotypes in film:
    Disabled:
    • Wheelchair
    • 57. Worse off
    • 58. Limited on physical activities
    • 59. People feel sorry for them
    • 60. Weigh issues
    Stereotypes in film:
    • Forrest Gump
    • 61. Shallow Hal
  • Regional identity
    South:
    North: