17 min

166: Gone Are the Days of Family Movies Connexions

    • Education

When was the last time you took your family, your children or grandchildren to the movie theater and enjoyed a family movie where there wasn't encoded, encrypted, subliminal messaging in the background?
It used to be that movies encouraged children to be obedient to parents and now movies are encouraging children to break free from so-called restrictive family beliefs, family practices or family traditions, where parents could once rely on movies as a source of fun, entertainment, a sense of humor, a real break from life.
We can now count on movies to put a wedge, to insert entitlement, to promote attitudes of restriction and resentment for boundaries.

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When was the last time you took your family, your children or grandchildren to the movie theater and enjoyed a family movie where there wasn't encoded, encrypted, subliminal messaging in the background?
It used to be that movies encouraged children to be obedient to parents and now movies are encouraging children to break free from so-called restrictive family beliefs, family practices or family traditions, where parents could once rely on movies as a source of fun, entertainment, a sense of humor, a real break from life.
We can now count on movies to put a wedge, to insert entitlement, to promote attitudes of restriction and resentment for boundaries.

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

17 min

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