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See how they are confronted in the theater for disturbing the illusion of cinema.As in They Live, being protected in the illusion, in the cruel dilemma of modern exploitation by broader steering media forces. Whether the film celebrates or crushes Amy's hedonism misses the point, as she arrived at that point before the film begun, therefore the fallout is no consequence in her journey.(Here the exceptional are emasculated, objectified, and mocked, remember this film is post-individual.) This is a different sort of feminism to the 80s s where it was subversion through upstaging and innovating.Here, Amy very much is smarter than the rest, a frightening thought, except in a post-intelligence world has hopelessly succumbed to it; so losing her job is as meaningless as having it in the first place.