Why facial scarring persists as lazy shorthand for Hollywood bad guys | Film | The Guardian

Why facial scarring persists as lazy shorthand for Hollywood bad guys | Film | The Guardian

It’s as old as cinema itself: if you want to drive home a bad guy’s nefarious nature, give them a big facial scar. From Darth Vader to The Lion King’s imaginatively named Scar, for as long as films have existed, film-makers have conflated disfigurement with mental instability or malevolence. The trope is still going strong in Avengers: Infinity War and Solo: A Star Wars Story – physical otherness equals evil.

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A Prosperous 2018 to all

A Prosperous 2018 to all

This is the very last post of 2017 but I hope to continue posting updates regarding this epic Ramayana: The Thread of Luminance. I have been working hard looking for new opportunities for this interpretation, whilst it's too early to confirm anything I can the first of months will very promising - taking the adventures of Rama, Laksman, Sita and Hanuman to a wider audience as, we'll a admit there's a lot of demand for exciting entertainment in various forms.

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