What Happened To Jasmine And Beauty?

0 votes
asked Nov 17, 2022 in 3D Segmentation by freeamfva (39,060 points)

What Happened To Jasmine And Beauty?

Directed by Andrew Dosunmu, “Beauty” is a film about a black singer on the verge of fame in the 70s. The film attempts to comment on the damaging effects of the music industry, but it is too distant to invoke any feelings. Beauty is a young girl who has been groomed by her mother to become an extraordinary singer. Her mother was a church singer who was not as successful as she had hoped to be, so Beauty became her only hope. The film tries to bring forth how fame affected her relationship with her family and her lover, Jasmine. The film has a vagueness that does not essentially work in its favor.To get more news about Asian first class porn, you can visit our official website.

Beauty is in love with Jasmine/Jas, but she has to keep her relationship secret from her parents, who were staunch Christians. Only her brother Abel knows about their relationship, and he tries his best to protect his sister. Their half-brother, Cain, always tried to win the affection of their father and was distant from Beauty and Abel. Beauty’s father wanted her to be a commercial success, while her mother believed she needed more time to truly excel. Beauty never got the opportunity to form her own opinion. She was taught from a young age to obey every decision her parents made, even if she disagreed with them. Her father and her mother portrayed the image of a perfect family, but they were far from it. The husband and wife did not share a respectful marriage; the wife had to mostly submit to her husband’s dominance.

When a record company approached Beauty to sign a contract with them, her father was enthusiastic about it, but her mother wanted to keep her away from the exploitative industry. A fit of certain jealousy was anticipated by Beauty when her mother tried to object to her daughter’s journey to fame. It was only Jasmine who cared about Beauty, in all honesty. She challenged her to question the decisions made by her parents and even warned her how signing the contract would eventually change their relationship.

Jasmine had advised Beauty to find a lawyer for herself to better understand the contract. She announced this decision in front of her parents and the white representative of the music record company. Her father took her aside and threatened her to sign the contract because they had invested enough money and time in her, and she ought to respect their decision for her. Her father realized that it was Jasmine who had taught his daughter to think independently. Nonetheless, Beauty once again obeyed her father’s decision and signed the contract. Later that night, her father instructed Cain to get Jasmine away from his daughter. Even though he did not know about their relationship, their friendship threatened his position. Cain attempted to fulfill his father’s intention, and he asked Abel to join him. But in the end, Abel manages to drive the car off the road, and the two fight it out in the streets. Even though Cain was unable to perform the task his father had asked of him, Jasmine faced violence. While Jas was not into drugs, she went behind a bar with the bartender, who promised to provide the drugs that Beauty enjoyed. But the bartender physically assaulted her, and she was admitted to the hospital. Jasmine believed that they must live their separate lives because, some way or the other, their relationship seemed impossible for her to sustain, but Beauty refused to give up. After signing the contract, the two moved into an apartment in a city that was bought by the music record company (Colony).

Beauty prepared to be a pop star, and at the same time, she started to voice her opinion. The white woman (colonizer) at the music label company instructed the lovebirds to not display any affection in public. Beauty had to be a heterosexual fantasy that everyone would desire. Therefore, her sexuality had to remain hidden. Not just that, the kind of music she would make had to be loved by the black community, but it also had to make white teenagers obsess about her. Therefore, a certain whitewashing of her music was desired by them. They prepared her to answer questions in a docile manner and prompted her to mention how she was waiting for the right man to enter her life. She was advised to sport long black hair that was calculated to be the most desirable by the black community, but Beauty refused to wear her hair straight. She was proud of her curls and wanted to keep her hair short. She was taught to speak like a white woman and sing according to the taste of the whites. The colonizer had pictures of prominent black musicians, indicating how the “Colony” music label’s sole purpose was to make music made by black artists more likable to the white community. Even though she was shaped by the company, she tried to voice her opinion whenever she could.

Please log in or register to answer this question.

Welcome to Bioimagingcore Q&A, where you can ask questions and receive answers from other members of the community.