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|Or obsidian or dragonglass or balefire or a stake or cut off their heads or use a crossbow or a poncho or the Colt or a different spell or bend the elements or use the One Ring of Power.|
|Interviewer:||The teen slasher genre is often exploitative of women, which you address in the film, by having your own exploitation moment — when [SPOILER ALERT] the blonde bares her breasts and is then "punished," i.e., killed. What was the discussion like about this scene, given your feminist impulse that led you to empower the blonde girl in Buffy?|
|Joss Whedon:||Cabin isn't overtly a feminist work necessarily, but it is built on the same question that built Buffy the Vampire Slayer: If you have a blonde who is perfectly nice and funny, why are you intent on her coming to a bad end? What is the purpose of the final girl, as she's called? All these people, all the characters behave a certain way, and there is a progression of what they have to do, to allow themselves to be written off as sex fiends or druggies or bullies or complete idiots in the face of true danger, and you just don't get in the way of that. It's about being stereotypes versus fleshed-out people. There was never a question — the nudity had to happen, because the movie is about objectification and identification and that's what horror is about. Drew and I were not unhappy if the hot blonde took off her shirt — hey, we thought it was a good decision! — but mixing titillation and mutilation started to become a very weird confluence. It's not the same kind of pleasure for us. Those are two separate things. But that's the foundation of what we knew was part of the film, and we were the most timid filmmakers ever about it.|
|A lot of actresses were not comfortable with it, either. If we were doing a film about French ennui, no problem! But doing it in a horror film? We had to go all the way to New Zealand to find someone who was completely at ease with it. Anna Hutchison [who plays the blonde character Jules] was like, "I'm fine, I'm all good" — and thank God, because we were very tentative about the whole thing, even though it's a part of the movie. The thing is, once you call yourself a feminist, it can be damaging to only look through that prism. It can take away the full texture of what you're trying to create, if you have an agenda that you've proclaimed. That's not to say I don't have an agenda, but it works best if it's never mentioned. With Cabin, it's a bit of a departure, but you can't create fictions based on politics, otherwise you're speech writers, not storytellers.|
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