I will pay for the following article To What Extent Does the Theme of Family or the Childhood Preoccupy Contemporary Cinema. The work is to be 11 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. In the early cinemas of the 1950s, the theme of family and childhood were depicted in a very positive light. These families, which featured in most television and theatre shows, consisted of heterosexual fathers and mothers who were very dedicated to their monogamous marriages that were strongly founded on both material and emotional support. The fathers were very affectionate and caring. Mothers were portrayed as the ideal homemakers while children were obedient to their parents and well-behaved. Each family member seemed to know his or her obligatory role in the community (Bresson, 1997, pp. 223-434). In that era, cinemas portrayed fathers as the sole breadwinners while their wives and children were dependents. This scenario rendered both mothers and children totally submissive and answerable to the head of the house. the father.

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