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Women of the 1950's

Summary: Basic overview of a woman's place in society in the 1950's.
The Three Faces of Eve is a movie that adequately demonstrates how men believed women should act in certain social situations. Although the movie primarily focuses on Eve White and her two other personalities, known as Eve Black and Jane, the times that we see Eve in a home setting perfectly demonstrate life in the 1950s. Ralph White is depicted as a seemingly loving husband until Eve is diagnosed with Multiple Personality Disorder. Ralph cannot grasp what the doctors are telling him, and believes that Eve is just acting.

In the 1950s people seemed to be much more sheltered than they are today. Every family was a perfect one, consisting of a mother, a father and most likely children. There weren't divorces and mostly because society would not accept it. There was no talk of mental illnesses, divorce, or anything that could soil a family's name...

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