The Emmy Award was understood in DiesemJahr as an anti-Trump event. It fits that as best drama series The Maids ' Tale ( report of maid) Ausgezeichnetwurde. The adaptation of Margaret Atwood's eponymous novel is a totalitarian, patriarchal system in which few fertile women have to serve denHerrschenden as uterus machines. For many American women in has, dystopia from year 1985 into a Prophezeiungverwandelt. A playboy who enjoys it women in crotch, occupies highest office of country and operates a Antiabtreibungspolitik.
The series, which has been running on DemStreaminganbieter Hulu since April and now in Germany on EntertainTV, new streaming of Telekom, tells how modern women are thrown back into Middle Ages. In Gilead, a ocratic regime that replaced American democracy, Herrschenausschließlich men. Since most women are infertile by environmental pollution gewordensind, few childbearing are rented to system-loyal couples as maids, as maid.
A Vonihnen is defred, played by Elisabeth Moss. As ir suffering comrades must hide ir bodies under a blood-red robe, hide face under Einerweißen wing cover. The maids look like nuns, but in truth y are slaves. Also defred is raped once a month in a religious act disguised three vonihrem commanders, while her head is in lap of his Ehefrauruht. It's pretty much most repulsive picture you'll get to see imUnterhaltungsfernsehen this year.Desecration in womb of wife: Joseph Fiennes as Commander © Hulu
Moss, who has rightfully received performer Award of both Emmys for her role as a maid, is again playing a woman who has to prevail in a men's world. For seven years she was PeggyOlson a feminist figure in Mad Men Success series. In BeidenStaffeln by Jane Campion Series Top of Lake, 35-year-old plays an Australian police officer who has to endure Sexismusihrer male colleagues and tries to enlighten cases of sexual abuse undillegaler surrogacy. On Broadway, Moss gave two years ago in HeidiChronicles an unmarried career woman who explored her difficult relation feminism. Their next major role will be in a Dramaüber illegal abortions in US.
Moss grew, similar to Atwood in DerÜberzeugung, "that she can do anything a man can." She was already irritated when journalists asked her to talk about Peggy Olson as a "FeministischeIkone". For Moss, Peggy was not a women's right heroine, SondernPragmatikerin.Why didn't she use F word?
Similarly, actress Anfangsauch commented on report of maid: "For me it is not a feminist story," she said following DiePremiere in New York. Immediately a Shitstorm broke out on Internet. The novel Giltvielen as a feminist cultural heritage. Why didn't Moss want to use F word? This is no longer just for fuck in English, but for feminism. The actress felt misunderstood and has since n corrected umpteen times. I play a damn slave, she said to Guardian. "So yes: it's a feminist story."
Moss has mehrmalsbetont in past that y do not opt for roles because y have einenfeministischen focus. They do not play a world improvement in, SondernFrauen, who act out of ir personal distress. The role of Fred has chosen her, "because she is a complex character," she told Time magazine. That's right. Offred is not a heroine. It observes and Istoft passively. It makes compromises to survive.