“[Incels are] basically disenfranchised, mostly white men, who believed they were entitled to sex from women. And they believe that society has now taken them from them – that the idea of feminism is working against nature, and that we must be put back in place,” Wilde explained to Gyllenhaal.
Mistaken violence, rigid gender roles, and the façade of a suburban US household are all inherent themes in Katie Silberman’s screenplay, but even so we know that “Don’t Worry Darling” having some meta advantages (Wilde’s presentation compared to “The Truman Show” and “Inception”), pulling material from something so current as the online incel community is a surprising twist.
Despite a glimpse when observing Frank in the trailer, the general tendency of pseudo-intellectualism, which speaks of chaos as the enemy of social progress, threatens Alice with mind games. and positioning himself as the charismatic leader and spokesperson of this community, it’s easy to see Jordan Peterson’s parallels. “Peterson is someone who legitimizes some aspects of their movement because he is a former professor, he is an author, he wears a vest, so they feel this is a philosophy that really needs to be seen. seriously,” continued Wilde.
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