The kind of character they portray in these movies is mostly driven by their ambitions in life. Unlike men who become comfortable with their statuses quickly, women are doing whatever they can to either maintain their facial looks or get the basic human wants (Wada-Marciano 12). A lady like Mrs. Li, for example, goes adopts a behavior of eating dumplings prepared from fetus for the sake of her looks and rejuvenating his husbands love Dumplings (Chan,2004).
Greed also contributes to their characters in these horror movies because some of the females are conducting merciless killings just for food. In Onibaba film, we see two women killing soldiers, taking their armor and trading them for delicious meals. Such an action portrays greed because one has to sacrifice life of another for a single meal. Onibaba(Shindo,1964).
Ambition and greed are portrayed more horrifying in female than in men. Let us start with Dumplings observations. The film shows the work of the experienced cinematographer Christopher. He applies moving camera shots best seen when Mrs. Li and Mei visits a mansion under construction. The two converse about politics as the camera moves with their talk and moves. The second instance of a moving camera is when Mei seduces Mr. Li inquiring whether the dumplings work Dumplings (Chan,2004).
Mrs. Li is rich, so she does not have to pursue material things but she is after her fading beauty. In pursuing her husband’s love lost to a masseuse, Mrs. Li seeks advice from the local Chef Mei, who gives her dumplings to make her younger and beautiful. It works and Mr. Li starts loving his wife again even without an idea of what is happening Dumplings (Chan,2004). Mrs. Li receives compliments from friends for her youth and beauty, but somebody recognizes a fish like smell on her face.
Mr. Li asks to be taken to Mei and after taking the fetus dumplings, he falls in love with Mei without