Pretty Woman Essay | The Grimm's Cinderella Vs. Pretty Woman

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The Grimm's Cinderella Vs. Pretty Woman

Summary: Pretty Woman, starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, is a 20th century film production, which appeals to a 20th Century American audience. The film text is loosely appropriated on the Grimm brothers' famous fairytale, Cinderella.

Pretty Woman, starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, is a 20th century film production, which appeals to a 20th Century American audience. The film text is loosely appropriated on the Grimm brothers' famous fairytale, Cinderella. The general point of both texts is that a woman, no matter how poor, who carries admirable personality qualities, may be rescued from a slovenly position which the good often may find themselves in. Both texts preach the values of kindness, humility, and reflect their socio-cultural timeframes in which they were made. Although the form of the story is carried on in the appropriation, the content, characters, and obviously language are significantly different.

Pretty woman was set in the 90s and obviously explains the traditionalist morals and relationships, and the schism between the prostitutes, etc, and the wealthy. 90's fashion was also very evident -the consumer U.S. was...

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