Level 16 challenges the oppressive nature of traditional femininity
Level 16 challenges the oppressive nature of traditional femininity

BITS 2018: The Virtues of Femininity Redefined in ‘Level 16’

Written and directed by Danishka Esterhazy, Level 16 is a glimpse at a chillingly cold dystopian world where subservience is the greatest virtue a young woman can have, and ageless beauty is a commodity more precious than any gem. This film challenges the oppressive notions of traditional femininity, proving that the strength of the human spirit and the unbreakable bonds of friendship are truly the greatest virtues of all. In today’s all too real #MeToo world, Level 16 couldn’t be more timely or relevant, an empowering vision of women refusing to be confined to the shackles of silence and complicity. A slick, stylish sci-fi thriller with a beauty more than skin-deep.

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