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14-Year-Old’s short movie on Absurdity Of Gender Stereotypes Creates Waves

 A brief movie by 14-year-old Ella Fields is gathering massive social media attention for explaining the absurdity of gender stereotypes.

 “Since the beginning of time, things have actually been exactly the same … boys wear pink, girls use blue,” states the storyteller of 14-year-old Ella Fields’short movie Stereo. That’s the basic property of this precocious job, which explores a world in which all gendered stereotypes are switched. Turns out, that world is simply as absurd as ours. The short film has actually already amassed over 1.6 million views on YouTube. Inning accordance with The Huffington Post, Fields, a participant in the Cinematic Arts Academy at Millikan Middle, was asked to produce a brief film about a subject she was passionate about.”One of the very first things that popped into my head was gender stereotypes, and how I really believe that anybody can use whatever they want, and how colors must not have actually any gender associated with them; they are just colors,” she said.Fields wrote, directed, and edited the six-minute brief.”I primarily just wished to raise awareness of how stereotypes are meaningless. Ladies can do anything boys can do, and kids can do anything we can, too.
“Examine out Stereo, listed below: Fields likewise published a video thanking audiences for their support quickly after the film struck one million views:
Fields wrote, directed, and edited the six-minute brief.
“I primarily just wished to raise awareness of how stereotypes are meaningless. Ladies can do anything boys can do, and kids can do anything we can, too.”Examine out Stereo, listed below: Fields likewise published a video thanking audiences for their support quickly after the film struck one million views:

Check the short film ” Stereo”  here:

Source: Nylon

Eric Shorey Fri, 22