1986, 26:00 minutes, English
Who Says? is about being programmed. Certain attitudes and characteristics - things like caring, sharing and cooperation - have come to be called feminine because they've been assigned to women. These characteristics have been devalued with respect to their "masculine" opposites: competition and aggression. Through interviews and mime, Who Say's explores the negative impact of our own assumptions about femininity; it urges women to reject these assumptions and to create new programs of their own.
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