The latest trailer for Barbie, a movie that will be released in July, has further excited those who watched the movie and raised the curiosity of those who claimed that the movie is only one type of audience.
And it’s what director Greta Gerwig shows in projects like Little Women (2019) and Lady Bird (2017) that traditionally feminine themes can be approached from the angles in which people study.
That’s why the Barbie trailer is a small journey that suggests that the movie will be a roller coaster of references, pop culture jokes and, nothing new, the possibility of seeing a fictional character who is like that, but who after the crisis of identity He can leave his world and find a territory in which he is out of place let him feel himself and offer him proofs.
Margott Robbie embodies the bodies of, could not say otherwise, a famous doll who leads stylized choreographies in front of pastel pink backgrounds and poses for a life of having perfect days.
Giant blowout party ✅
Planned choreography ✅
New #BarbieTheMovie Trailer ✅
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— Barbie Movie (@barbiethemovie) May 25, 2023
But, and this is relevant to the new trailer, the question of death tragically haunts that plastic mission. The danger of deformity and inextinguishable (flat feet not being able to wear high heels) suddenly becomes a real danger.
Changing the budget should make a decision. Like The Matrix and the Blue and Red Pill, Barbie must decide between the slick and the flip-flop, between the clarity of her fantasy or the less spectacular real world.
It’s not hard to associate this story and the ones I follow with the dichotomy between social media and real life. The cast, which consists mainly of actors, has experienced criticism on the internet, and has been the victim of the most vile insults anonymously. Margot Roobie, Ryan Gosling, Emma Mackey, Michael Cera and Dua Lipa (whose music is an essential part of the trailer) have all been in the public eye, with all the dangers that come with it.
Barbie super bet. Hollywood is still suffering from MeToo, but it can now talk about the red carpet, understanding and sharing that scandals, luxury and the constant happy life are just part of the front business. That’s why the new trailer for Barbie, in the last seconds of which Barbara Handler, the daughter of the creators of the doll, appears as the cause of the movement. The film about the symbol that for many is the “dumb blonde” promises not only to make us laugh, but also threatens to tell us a few things that we don’t always like to hear.