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Accessed 20 May Imitation of Life – An Analysis Set in New York in the ’s, Imitation of Life by Douglas Sirk portrays an intricate relationship between a Black American mother and her fair skin daughter, Sarah Jane.
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Set in New York in the ’s, Imitation of Life by Douglas Sirk portrays a complex relationship between a Black American mother and her fair skin daughter, Sarah Jane. Appearance is a central theme throughout the story. Jane Andrews, the former dresser to the Duchess of York, was jailed for life on May 16, , after being convicted of the murder of her lover in a jealous rage.
She had driven an eight-inch kitchen knife into the chest of Tom Cressman in his bedroom, after hitting him on the head with a cricket bat. The Imitation of Life, Sarah Jane Analysis The Imitation of Life, Sarah Jane Analysis The Imitation of Life is one of the most powerful cinematic displays of racial passing in movie background.
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