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The clothes used are here to represent The producers have gender. As one can see the women The protagonists used mark to are dressed in bright, feminine colours, are mainly represent a whereas most of the men are dressed portrayed as white homosexual, the tight, in dark more masculine colours. middle/ upper neat and often bright class. clothes. The highlighted hair is also used to represent this. The clothes and makeup have been used to portray the different social classes. BETTY Dressed in shabby, frumpy clothes to portray the poorer class. The fact that she isn’t really WILHELMENA pretty and hardly no Tight, figure hugging clothes help to makeup on represent the upper class. The slick adds to this Click screen to show next slide back hair and fine makeup also help to representation. represent this. This character totally juxtaposes Betty. As you can see Wilhelmina's house is neat, tidy and expensive. Through the mise en scene we can see the representation of the social class. Obviously upper class is represented here not only through the opulent apartment but the clothes as well. There is no family scene here showing independence. As you can see Betty’s house is very different. The house is messy and not in the best of conditions. It shows the middle/lower class. The clothes also represent this, the dad is in his work uniform and the others are in normal everyday clothes. As one can see a family orientated scene is set here.
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