Did Suicide Squad sexualize the character of Harley Quinn to the detriment of his narrative arc? Was the character not objectified in the film? Taken on Twitter on these questions, the director David Ayer made his mea culpa in two stages:
“Unfortunately, his narrative arc has been gutted. [Pourtant], it was really his film. Look, I tried. I faithfully represented the Harley Quinn from the comic book. Everything is political these days. All. I just want to entertain. I will do it better. “
Then new reviews came to her, coming from a podcast co-presenter Citizen Lady, addressing the fact that Harley Quinn was just a sexualized object in Suicide Squad and a character of flesh and blood in Birds of Prey (which Ayer did not realize). The director retweeted the reproaches that were addressed to him accompanied by this message:
“I retweet because it is written in an intelligent way. Thanks for that, I evolve and I learn from a changing world.”
Ayer therefore shows good will and hears his detractors, even if some of the commenters of his tweets send him messages of support and encourage him not to apologize for having created a successful character whom they adore and who have makes success in theaters Suicide Squad.
Anyway, actress Margot Robbie has become with Harley Quinn a figure of pop culture, as was before her animated character created by the Batman series of the 90s.
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