Katrina Movie Analysis Essay

Gerald had leaned forward and rested his elbows on the desk when he’d finished his appraisal, and kept his gaze locked on the actress, keen to see if his statement, deliberately constructed to appeal to Katrina’s ego and self awareness, had any effect. His lips curled up slightly at the corners, in what could be taken either as a smile or an expression of curiosity, and he attempted to gauge as much from her expression as the words she spoke. Of course, he’d expected her to respond as she did in regards to her profession being a passion, however the actress still she didn’t display any outward signs of great emotion, and to the Psychologist her demeanour appeared deliberately self-contained, and controlled. How was she in bed? The same?

“Words…

“You might be correct about Julia Roberts and Pretty Women, and that she was not a stripper, however, are you aware of the research she out into the role? The time she did spend with exotic dancers, and high-class prostitutes in an attempt to understand them, so that when audiences viewed the film, they could believe she was Vivian Ward? Does consorting with such people and learning from them make her immoral, Katrina, and lessen your respect for the woman or does it just make her an actress, a professional, who wanted nothing more than to give the best performance possible? Can the same be said of you? As much as you declare that you will and can do the film, that decision is not yours to make, it’s the Director’s, and as to if he has faith that you can deliver the Lily he needs for the production to be a success. Can you, or will your career pan out the same as your Mothers, the woman you so rely upon to provide advice and direction, whether you admit it or not? We’re only granted one life, and should not allow someone else to live it for us, so take hold of your own desires Katrina. Relish your sexual and emotional freedom, and Lily will relish…