50 shades of outfits, oops! Gray…

by fashionsnobber

When the film was released 50 shades of gray has been called “scandal film of the year.”
All have spoken, everybody talks about it, stir here and beyond criticism, he has made box office records but if you ask specifically no one went to see it.
I will, I have no problem to say and I want to tell you about my views on the subject.




50 shades of gray a book became a film scandal

I state that I have not read the book, or rather, I started but have not reached even half. What can I say, the story has taken me and the way it is written I found it a bit ‘childish, slow and boring. Then dumped there. The other two books I do not know absolutely nothing and I have no idea how to end the story (if you want spoilerarmelo go ahead).
The films are wanted go see the same. I was too curious to try to figure out what was so amazing as to go crazy a lot of women, some to the point of being a themed tattoo.

50 shades of gray and the proposed outfits

The first thing I noticed were the outfits used for Anastasia Steele and Mr.Grey designed by costume designer Mark Bridges.
I have not found evil. Clearly help understand the transformation of the girl after meeting with him and vice versa. Anastasia starts from an awkward style and very common to get clothes to wear really sexy and sophisticated. He always impeccable, nothing to say, goes from complete that never indulges in a more casual style. Their influence each other is reflected thus also on their look.
Below I enjoyed to interpret some of Anastasia’s outfits.

50 sfumature di grigio, outfit di Anastasia.

Outfit Anastasia Steel.

Returning to the film I must admit that I have not found so bad. Certainly it is not a blockbuster, certainly not riguarderei, but was sympathetic in some sketches where I also laughed heartily. I thought worse seen the effect it had given me the book, though, after the middle of the film, he began to wonder “but when does it end?“.

More than 50 shades of gray, 50 shades of interpretations, or not?

Now, as it regards the various allegations in which argue that pushes women to being mistreated etc. I think I exaggerate. Primarily because it is quite clear that the decision is up to you and no one is forced to do something if you do not want. Basically it’s just a way of having sex as there are others. For example there are people who get excited by being touching wearing of latex suits, some to look at her husband with another, those who do it in 3 and so on. With this I do not feel any judgments regarding sexual selection of anyone. As much as I personally would never do flog me even with a flower, I can accept without problems, prejudice or bigotry free a movie and a book that tell a different sex from classical to her position below and above him. I see no need to consider it a scandal that some journalists or groups of women did. Specifically that in the film there are not any scenes too thrusts.

50 shades of gray really affect women?

As for the female reaction where they say that now women after these books and films are all home to her husband/partner/boyfriend to be doing three or all the single men to seek type Mr.Grey I laugh. I believe that if you are in couple and it enough for a movie or a book for you to change the habit of the missionary that I enjoy always, the problem is most relevant to yourself and how you live / lived sex and not so much to the story told in 50 shades of gray. Or you did not know there was anything else, or no one was good enough to let you know what I really liked.
On the other side, single, who now want the man to Mr.Grey, are only the classic women who want rich and powerful. There have always been and is the oldest story in the world. If it’s to the point of view of how he has sex she is nothing more than a legitimate curiosity to be able to find a man with whom feel free to try everything. Or just have a strong character and prefer one of those men able to keep the situation in hand.

50 shades of gray is a story of love and sex as many, each has its pleasures

In conclusion, according to me, all go on a psychological level of each individual in history not so much in themselves as they want us to believe. They are condemning a story just because talking about sex, yet, in the 2000s, is a taboo subject. Anything that does not fall in the same common thinking is labeled negatively; if you did not like six nun, if you liked it means that I enjoy those performances with your man. It would be enough to see things more widely, take them lightly and be objective. It ‘a story of love and sex as another, maybe just like yours.

You have seen him? What do you think?




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