look, i dont care what directors say in behind-the-scenes or interviews, if they dont present that information in the film, they are bad story tellers. like, we had to assume everyone attended your comiccon panel? like? no. you are bad at story telling. if a character appears with zero context, it is confusing. i am not saying spoon feed the audience, but goddamn, there are plot devices that should be there to explain why that character showed up. not just information from your twitter. i shouldnt have to absorb five layers of media for your film to make sense
In collaboration with the Quileute Tribe, this site seeks to inform Twilight fans, parents, teachers, and others about the real Quileute culture, which indeed has a wolf origin story, a historic relationship with the wolf as demonstrated in songs, stories, and various art forms, as well as a modern, multi-dimensional community with a sophisticated governance system. We also hope to offer a counter narrative to The Twilight Saga’s stereotypical representations of race, class, and gender, and offer resources for a more meaningful understanding of Native American life and cultures.
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Misconceptions and Appropriations from Twilight: Their community gets fucking NOTHING from the Twilight Franchise, despite Stephenie Meyer using their name to abandon as one of the major plot points.
Racial and Class Stereotypes in Twilight: How Stephenie Meyer reinforces racist and classcist dynamics in her stereotypical depictions
Cultural Theft in Twilight: Wherein a white woman profits from a Native American community and STILL can’t be bothered to do basic research.
Sorry I’m not that active, hand so stupid and selfish it decides by itself what to draw 🙄🙄🙄
So here some WiP of our faVourite Vampire from all HollyVVood 😁 (after Gary Golden, of course 🤭)