Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity from American Popular Culture, directed by Nicole Brending, was unique, funny, and over the top. The story follows a character named Junie Spoons, a child pop star, that shows her rise and fall of her fame.
When I was watching this film, I definitely did not know what I was getting myself into, but it was a wild time. I laughed at a couple of scenes because things were happening so fast and caught me off guard. While watching this film, it felt like I was watching something out of Comedy Central. Also, even though the movie was funny, it did get its point across.
Dollhouse showed how corrupt the media are. Whenever there was a scandal, Junie Spoons was always talked about and blamed. From sex tapes, how she influences kids, flipping her words, but Junie was never the real reason for the cause of the situations. This is a real thing where a lot of female celebrities always have to deal with, big or small, and it’s disgusting and biased. Also, it shows how the media messes with your mental health and completely changes who you are.
People should give this film a watch. Dollhouse was funny, but didn’t hold back talking about serious issues regarding the media and female celebrities.
Dollhouse: The Eradication of Female Subjectivity from American Popular Culture will be released on August 11th (Amazon, inDemand, FlixFling, Fandango, Vimeo on Demand).
7 out of 10