The Film That Set the Standard on How Not to Portray Texas
U.S. · MEDIA · ENTERTAINMENT
September 27, 20229 min read1855 words
Published: September 27, 2022  |  9 min read1855 words
Sort ByFilter ByLocationsTypeView ResultsFiltersFilmmakers have long been drawn to “the Texan” as a character type. Our series  revisits some of the most notable of these portrayals, from the legendary to the ludicrous, to determine what they say about how the world sees Tex...
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Sep 30
The author criticises the characters in the movie Lovin’ Molly and its portrayal of Texans. It’s a pretty long analysis of the main characters of the film and also of the director Sidney Lumet and how they wrongfully chose to represent the people of Texas. Since it’s a critique, it is highly subjective and subject to opinion bias.
Sep 30
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