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Marchesa Spring-Summer 2014

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Thanks for subbing! Sure if you want it :) I’ll definitely add it to my list of videos to record soon!

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Yes, I pinky promise it’s coming! Still getting all the final kinks edited out…never fear it’s on its way!

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Sooooo….at first I wasn’t going to say anything…but then I realized I HAD TO. 

Alrighty here we go:

So this movie is essentially the story of Moses and the 10 commandments.

To summarize, Moses who is Hebrew is adopted by the royal family and is raised as an Egyptian prince. Later he turns into a prophet and warns the pharaoh of the plagues. If you don’t know the rest of the story then go watch The Prince Of Egypt (it’s a personal favorite). Anywho!

I was really excited to see that they were going to make a live action film, since this is one of my favorite stories from the bible and I felt like it would be amazing to see on a large screen. So I clicked on the trailer excited, doing my happy dance in my seat and then I saw Christian Bale….and Joel Edgerton…and then there was Sigourney Weaver (yes you read that correctly). 

Now to say I was a little bit flabbergasted is an understatement, and as every second ticked by I kept waiting for a person of color. Didn’t happen.

So naturally I thought I had missed something, you know…maybe they forgot to show someone….that could happen right?? So I went on IMDB only to find out that all of the characters being portrayed by people of color are playing supporting roles. 

So then I had a moment…and I tried to recall if I am actually living in 2014 or if this is really 1956 (is Charlton Heston about to come around the corner?) And once I realized that it is indeed the 21st century I had to ask myself…WTF?

Now…I know a lot of people like to pretend Egypt isn’t a part of Africa, that it is just somehow magically floating somewhere between Africa and “the middle east”…I hate to break it to you but it actually IS attached to the continent.

That being said, I’m a little bit confused as to where the people with melanin are? Were there NO actors of Egyptian descent, middle Eastern descent (for those who still don’t want to believe the whole African part), or people of the African diaspora available? Was everyone already booked?? 

While I like Christian Bale and I am a huge Sigourney Weaver fan, and I’m all for artistic interpretation…I can’t help but cringe a little every time I see Tuya in that headdress. Sigourney Weaver as an African Queen?

*slow blinks*

I’m legitimately at a loss for words…In this day and age we can’t get a historically accurate portrayal of this story? 

I just…I just can’t. Man oh man…

This isn’t meant to say they should have cast only “black people”. The fact of the matter is that Egypt and particularly ancient Egypt was influenced and inhabited by many people of many cultures and ethnicities. My point is why wasn’t that reflected in the casting?  

*Drops The Mic and Walks Off-stage*