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Topic - Ellen Tejle
Moviegoers rarely see "a female superhero or a female professor or person who makes it through exciting challenges and masters them," laments Ms. Tejle, who concedes that the rating isn't a measure of the film's quality (and might be the opposite). "The goal is to see more female stories and perspectives on cinema screens."
"The entire 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy, all 'Star Wars' movies . . . and all but one of the 'Harry Potter' movies fail this test," Ellen Tejle, director of an art-house theater in Stockholm, tells The Associated Press.