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Privilege (1990)

Privilege is an intelligently conceived, boldly anarchic, and wickedly insightful exposition on the culturally ingrained and socially divisive malaise of isms that artificially define and ... See full summary »

Director:

Yvonne Rainer

Writer:

Yvonne Rainer
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1 win & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Daniel Martin Berkey ... Robert
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Blaire Baron ... Brenda
Gabrielle Made ... Digna
Novella Nelson ... Yvonne Washington
Yvonne Rainer Yvonne Rainer ... Helen Caldicott
Alice Spivak ... Jenny
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Storyline

Privilege is an intelligently conceived, boldly anarchic, and wickedly insightful exposition on the culturally ingrained and socially divisive malaise of isms that artificially define and characterize empowerment in contemporary society: ageism, sexism, economic elitism, and racism. Yvonne Rainer conveys texture through the inter-cutting of archival footage, video, and film - as well as compositional layering through the film-within-a-film structure, elliptical (and self-referential) fusion of past and present, and the filmmaker's idiosyncratic penchant for superimposed typed text.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 May 1991 (Australia) See more »

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Color
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