Film &Theater studies

Here’s what I need is for you to answer these questions in three paragraphs NUMBERED with each paragraph containing at least 90 words in each.                  (Question #1) As Glitre points out, “there is no mention of marriage at the end of Holiday or Bringing Up Baby …  While marriage may well be implied (or assumed), this is not the same thing as conservative reaffirmation” (44). Why is the lack of marriage as an end result of either of these films significant?                                          (Question #2) Glitre argues that Holiday “judges a relationship based on physical appearance (love at first sight) to be inadequate. It rejects patriarchal sexuality and romance, offering the companionate fun and friendship of the playroom in its place” (57). How does this approach re imagine heterosexual romantic relationships, such as marriage? How does it challenge or alter traditional gender roles?
(Question #3) Glitre concludes her essay by arguing that “[t]he ‘illusory eternity’ of just living happily ever after is wholeheartedly demystified” (63). Is it possible for the illusion of the happy ending to be demystified, when we don’t actually see what happens instead? Or does the lack of a concrete conclusion cause this demystification? Why or why not?                                                                                          Also watch the movie: “Holiday (1938)”

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