In Bend it Like Beckham, a big part of the story is based on conflicts about gender, culture and the expectations of both.
In the comments section of this post, please respond to the following. Make your answer in sentence/paragraph form. Remember that a sentence has a subject and a verb and a paragraph is at least three sentences long. Use details, examples and proper names from the film when posible. Jess, Jules, Joe, The Bhamras (Jess’ parents), The Paxtons (Jules’ parents), Pinky (Jess’ sister), Tony (Jess’ friend who “likes” Beckham).
How does “Bend it Like Beckham” show individuals challenging gender and cultural assumptions?
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