The essay consists of introductory part with thesis statement, two body paragraphs and conclusion. Thesis A treatment of body images and gender relations unveils the social dynamics of modern culture based on sexual relations and a role of women as "sex objects".
The film under analysis has a unique complex structure that helps to impress viewers and create a personalized story message. The film employs reverse chronology structure that depicts relationships between Joel and Clementine in reverse order, from the most painful moments to happier times. This structure focuses on the sexual memories and emotions of the heroes and understand the essence of their relations. Unusual chronology affects viewers greatly making them active participants of the scenes and story telling. Clementine is depicted as a "sex-object" for Joel. This interpretation of society reflects low cultural norms based on longing and sexually oriented behavior of men. ...Show more