Capote and Freedom Writers are both movies that present male characters with strong ideas about the role of their inner femininity, and how it relates to their role in society as well as their interpersonal relationships. In one side, have, we have Truman Capote, a declared homosexual who’s not afraid to flaunt his personality in front of New York’s highest and most exclusive circles. On the other, we have Scott Casey, the husband of a caring, hard working High School English teacher, who in the instance of his wife, Erin Gruwell, taking on three jobs refuses to be the symbolic “wife” in the relationship.
Truman Capote was Southern author who mingled in the high levels of
In contrast, we have Scott Casey, a man so in doubt of his male persona, that when his wife tries to help the children from
Here we have two examples of movie adaptations of real life people, and how much they differ base solely on their ability to channel their inner femininity. One is openly in synch with it, while the other is afraid to let it out.
In this instance we’ve got to ask ourselves the questions of who is truly a man. He who doesn’t mind flaunting his sexuality to the public, like it in was the morning new. Or he who is scared of even wearing a pink shirt because it might give the wrong impression.
Men, who can understand them.