|Genres||Documentary Drama Short|
|Director||Karel De Cock|
|Writers||Karel De Cock
|Plot||Accepting The Image portrays the way New York City women, their dreams and their lifestyles are represented in the media and in reality. The film questions this dual relationship between both worlds by sketching the portraits of Alynn, Lindsey and Holly, three young women who recently moved to the city. Filled with certain dreams and expectations, they each tell us what New York means to them and what their motivations were to go live there. As it appears, their incentives seem to blend with the image of the city as it is depicted in their favorite movies and television series. Some of the girls try to live up to the fiction, while others have already been confronted with a somewhat different reality. An observing camera sketches a feminine image of the streets of New York. The girls' story provides a direct comment to this and offers a critical perspective on the way young women in general identify with this and their idols representing it. "Accepting The Image" questions the adoration of certain media and its consequences.... search for Accepting the Image on IMDb|
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