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The presence of Title IX is unfelt, to say the least, in Bob Clark's "Black Christmas. The social mores, however, were different in the seventies; nobody cared, or even understood, that the system was the perpetuation of male dominance. Despite "Black Christmas" being a Canadian production, there are no apparent Canuck signifiers, a sure bet that the fictional university and adjoining sorority house are meant to be read as American. These young women, miles apart, both ideologically and socially from their 21st century counterparts, albeit not objectified in the slasher flicks it would inspire, do share the same retrograde opinions as men about their own victimhood. An obscene phone caller menaces the coeds who live on 6 Belmont Street. His telephone scatologia intimidates Jess(Olivia Hussey) being called "pig" and worse, but it amuses Barb(Margot Kidder) a city sophisticate who rolls with the punches instead of questioning her gender's debasement. Times change. The pig is a man now.
Last semester, Riley(Imogen Poots) was drugged and raped at a fraternity house party. Her decision to forego the filing of a complaint against her attacker came from an innate understanding of the patriarchal construct in place at Hawthorne College, whose administrative brass, former fraternity house members themselves, would undoubtedly side with Brian Huntley(Ryan McIntyre) the former outgoing AKO student-president. All of her sorority sisters, even Kris(Aleyse Shannon) the woman's right crusader and Riley's best friend, knew that this was one fight in which the victim had no chance of prevailing victorious. "I know that. I watch documentaries, the titular character says in Noah Baumbach's "Frances Ha, which functions as a filmic subtext that "Black Christmas" only half-explores. For a major studio film, halfway there is enough, because a smart audience will know the other half to complete the picture. Riley is written as somebody whose backstory consists of having watched Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering's "The Hunting Ground" the 2015 documentary about rape culture in college fraternities, perhaps, the strongest indictment against capitalism put on film, yet. How can a parent argue? If you speak out against the status quo, you put the big business of running a university at risk with donors, and parents who want to believe that your college is a safe environment for their daughters. They want tuition money, room and board money, money money money, by any means necessary.
Two murders in, as of yet undiscovered, Riley runs into Professor Gelson(Cary Elwes) still smarting over the removal of the Hawthorne founder's bust, when Kris and ilk lobbied successful for an incremental reversal of the pervading rape culture that infests their campus. The classic literature professor drops a list of names, all girls, while he hunts for the right classroom key to unlock the English department door. It's a kill list; a literalization of how schools conduct investigations between the accused and accuser, in which the latter, as is custom, subjected to a whole character assassination by both faculty and student body alike. Kris, more than anybody else, got caught in the professor's crosshairs after she started a petition calling for his immediate removal, due in part to a curriculum designed to negate any mention of women or minority writers. The reading list consists of nothing but books, albeit classics, by dead white men. Now it's Riley, who has the gall to fight back; to embarrass her attacker in a Christmas skit with three other Santa-clad girls, when she helps perform a barbed song about rape culture. "Up in the Frathouse" alarms Professor Gelson because his student outs Brian, when the survivor unexpectedly takes center stage as the lead, and sullies the good name of this young, upstanding man; his protege, whose political future has the potentiality of being jeopardized by a momentary lapse in judgement that only allegedly may have happened. And if it did. Who cares? All women want it, anyway.
"No means yes! Yes means. No means yes! Yes means. br> He was the most famous person on campus, the starting QB who was going to take home college football's most prestigious award and lead his team to a national championship. She was just another coed, just another pretty face at an alcohol-soaked fraternity party, where girls should have been looking out for other girls. But she did come with a friend; they got separated, probably by design, as one ex-fraternity brother, pixelated to conceal his identity: We hunt the pretty ones as soon as they walk through the door." Alone and made vulnerable by a a drink spiked with roofies, she encountered the most famous person on campus in the bathroom. He raped her, and then, bizarrely, gave the victim a ride home on his moped, as if what transpired at the party was nothing atypical for a Friday night to the assailant. Nobody believed her, or rather, nobody cared. Her testimony, regarding the state of college campus safety, and most importantly, the bitter hereafter once a violent sex crime gets reported to school officials, proves to be the tragic centerpiece of "The Hunting Ground. College sports, football, in particular, can sometimes resemble a cult, and your star player, the cult leader. "Black Christmas" doesn't have just one killer, it has enough guys wielding knives to fill a starting lineup on one side of the ball. Since they're on the attack, these guys, you could say, are on offense. Frat brother/athlete, they comprise one binary, put in opposition of the lesser binary, a sorority sister/general female population, because although females are athletes, too, the sportswoman, inevitably, will be judge on her looks and body, uniform or no uniform, just like any garden variety coed. In what can only be described as a clarion call in protestation of the rollbacks made to Title IX, Kris comes to her best friend's rescue, bringing along some reinforcements, young women from other sorority houses, who send the frat brother/athlete reeling on defense. Eyes on the prize, Riley gets a hold of the Hawthorne founder's bust and, using football terminology, spikes the marble head, as if she reached the end zone and won one for the girls. An inky black substance oozes from the bust's eyes. What the heck is that? The oozing indigo could be construed as eye black, the substance that football players use to absorb the glare that impairs their vision. No woman wants to be violated. You need their consent. They can see that now.
"Come on, this is a sorority house, not a convent." That's a guy's line. And, true enough, a guy wrote it, but the politically incorrect words come out of a woman's mouth. Barb(Margot Kidder) playing provocateur with comments intended to shock, confuses liberation with victimhood. She shares the same attitude about the female libido as the house mother, Mrs. Mac(Anne Waldman) the attitude that all women are complicit. The house mother questions the girls' morals, not the men, like in the original "Straw Dogs" directed by Sam Peckinpah, which links the way Amy(Susan George) flaunts herself by walking braless down a crowded street in broad daylight with an assault that, inexplicably, turn her on, midway through. "These broads would h. the Leaning Tower of Pisa, she claims. Mrs. Mac sounds like a college president. Barb sounds like one, too, downplaying the crime, when she tells Claire: You can't rape a townie, after her sorority sister expresses concern about an attack two weeks prior. What goes unsaid from Barb is a reactionary belief that the townie was asking for it. That townie was leading the guy on with her provocative clothing; all the oldies but goodies, the hits of yesteryear, supposedly. Alas, the song remains the same. Nobody says such thing in polite company. shaming goes on behind closed doors. Documentary filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering blow the doors open. Wide open; off its hinges. "The Hunting Ground" proves beyond the shadow of a doubt that while mum's the word among the gatekeepers, their deafening silence is the silence of obscene phone callers, circa 1974
In 2019, these beliefs still prevail. In "Black Christmas" under the helm of Sophia Takal, the hunter becomes the hunted.

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