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How will people remember Frederick’s in a Victoria’s Secret age? Valdivia, who compared catalogs from Victoria’s Secret and Frederick’s of Hollywood through the lens of feminist media analysis.By linking its lingerie offerings to “Victorian” sensibilities, she argues, Victoria’s Secret co-opts both a romanticized class concept of an opulent Victorian era and a demure vision of women.That's where "Look," the acclaimed new film by writer-director Adam Rifkin, comes in—and it's likely to shock you.Shot entirely through the point of view of security cameras (and co-produced by Barry Schuler, the former head of AOL), the film is executed in the style of actual spy-cam footage strung together but is actually a fictional tale aimed at giving viewers a glimpse of just how public our private lives have become.
These differences are also visible in a difference in production values, with the Victoria’s Secret catalog shot on location complete with yachts and ornate interiors and the Frederick’s catalog shot in generic interiors—or near beds.
Valdivia links these differences directly to class.
“This speaks to different standards of sexual allure,” she writes.
That's what one local rights group is advising visitors to Azerbaijan's capital, Baku, for the Eurovision Song Contest there next week.
The group, Azad Genclik Teskilati (Free Youth), claims "hidden cameras are installed on the premises of all...hotels without exception," and that footage made with the cameras "can later be used against tourists for blackmail." The corporate headquarters of major international hotels in Baku have given assurances that they have policies in place to protect guests' privacy.
With more than 30 million surveillance cameras in this country, the average American is caught on tape more than 200 times a day: on the street, at the ATM, in department stores, even in public restrooms.