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WAINAO N°35 - ALL THAT SHE WANTS

WHY NOW? BECAUSE CATHERINE TRAMMELL IS PROBABLY THE MOST POWERFUL FEMALE CHARACTER IN DECADES. PLUS, THE PARRALLEL BETWEEN CATHERINE AND THE REAL LIFE OF SHARON STONE IN HOLLYWOOD IS MORE THAN INTERESTING. MAYBE SHE HAD PLAYED THIS FAMOUS SCENE BEFORE IN REAL LIFE IN A ROOM FOOL OF PRODUCERS ? WHO KNOWS?
People focused on the looks and sexual provocations but She was breaking boundaries, She was beautiful, educated, powerful and did whatever she wanted without thinking of her image. This was the first time you had a female who carried the all movie like that, acting exactly like a man for the good and the bad.. and it was schoking.
Catherine is the mother of a lot of powerful women persona we see in movies today. 

LEGEND 1

 

" Don’t get fooled by the heels. That cute eyes- short dressed- blonde, with a smirk on her face..........is the toughest guy in the room."."

 

LEGEND 2

 

" She's smart, rich and cocky. She's selfish and does only what she wants.

she says Who-When-How. She doesn't act like a Bitch .....she acts like a MAN !! "

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THAT DAY


MARCH, 20th 1992: BASIC INSTINCT an american erotic thriller written by Joe Eszterhas and directed by Paul Verhoeven is released.
 
 
 
 
 Basic Instinct is a 1992 neo-noir erotic thriller film directed by Paul Verhoevenand written by Joe Eszterhas, and starring Sharon Stone and Michael Douglas. The starts with a police detective, Nick Curran, who is investigating the brutal murder of a wealthy rock star. During the investigation Curran starts a dangerous and intense relationship with a suspect, an enigmatic writer named Catherine Tramell .. Interesting to know that Catherine and Nick characters were based on real people.
Catherine Tramell is the main antagonist in the film. She’s a mix between the classic femme fatale and the new psycho killers, one of the most evil characters ever created, on Hannibal Lecter's level". She has a particularly complex personality. At the same time soft and twisted. Openly bisexual, she collects brief adventures with people of both sexes and has a risk addiction. Sexy platinum blonde with a slim figure, she wears clothes with a dominant white, (Tramell is the only character who over and over again wears white, the traditional symbol of purity). externally, she is only sweetness except her heavy eyes.
A beautiful blonde girl With a $110 million inheritance, distinctive college credentials from UC Berkeley and a career as an enviable author,  she’s smarter and more fearless than anybody. she remains the main architect of the narrative til the end and refuses to conform to a “normal” life: she refuses to act as a good mother or wife, praised by a patriarchal society. It created conflicts even in the team of the movie. ESZTERHAS, the scenarist quit the project and came back later on Because Michael Douglas wanted the movie to end with him shooting and killing her to show the redemption. Paul verhoeven backed Eszterhas up.

The physical appearance of Catherine Tramell is undoubtedly linked to that of Sharon Stone, the actress who gives her life in the film. "Sharon Stone is Catherine Tramell without the ice pick."
Sharon Stone is an American actress who was born in Meadville, Pennsylvania. She was considered academically gifted she has allegedly an IQ score of 154, which is considered as a genius person and in top 0.1% of the population in the world. After modelling in television commercials and print advertisements,. she found mainstream prominence with her part in Paul Verhoeven's action film Total Recall (1990). Then took on the role that made her a star, Catherine Tramell. Several actresses at the time turned down the role, mostly because of the nudity required.
 
Nobody could have played the role better than her because she knows exactly what is to be an attractive, smart woman in a man’s world. Sharon have many similarities with Catherine and the same ability to manipulate mens. We can see it by the way she claimed she'd been misled to film the scene (not knowing we would see her intimate part) something the director denies “ there was really no way he could have filmed what he did without her fully understanding what his intentions were.” OR when Verhoeven had her come in to dub lines for an airplane version of Total Recall, so she wore a tight Catherine-esque dress to demonstrate to Verhoeven that she could play the maneater part, without asking for it.. By the time the director was looking for an actress. Of course she propose her the role, thinking he made a great discovery by himself.
 
Funny to know that for the first part of her career Sharon stone couldn't get a job because no one thought she was sexy.
Some said:
on March 20, 1992, as the movie is released, Sharon Stone introduced moviegoers to Catherine Tramell, that novelist suspected to be a serial killer who stabs her victims with an ice pick while engaged in acrobatic sex acts. Despite initial critical negativity and public protest, Basic Instinct became one of the most financially successful films of the 1990s, grossing $352 million worldwide. Even before its release, The film generated controversy due to its overt sexuality and graphic depiction of violence. During principal photography, the film was protested against by gay rights activists who felt that the film followed a pattern of negative depiction of homosexuals in film. Members of the lesbian and bisexual activist group LABIA protested against the film on its opening night. Verhoeven himself defended the groups' right to protest, however he criticized the disruptions they caused, saying "Fascism is not in raising your voice; the fascism is in not accepting the no.
The international critical reception was favorable, with Australian critic Shannon J. Harvey of the Sunday Times calling it one of the "1990s['] finest productions, doing more for female empowerment than any feminist rally. Stone – in her star-making performance – is as hot and sexy as she is ice-pick cold."
 
The interrogation scene from Basic Instinct is one of the most famous in modern movie history. However, the truth behind the way the scene was shot changes the situation quite a bit. We all know the scene at this point. Sharon Stone is being interrogated by cops, including Michael Douglas, when she throws all the men off their game by uncrossing, and then recrossing her legs, revealing the underwear that she doesn't have on. In the shot, the men mostly become slobbering idiots trying to get a good look,
 
Sharon stone said she played the scene like a game. “Instead of allowing the male law enforcement to intimidate her character, Stone played the role with confidence. “The ruse they use—‘We have the power, we’re going to show you’—didn’t cut the mustard with [Catherine],” Stone told Playboy. “Her attitude was, ‘You're so powerful. Aren’t you cute!’ And, of course, she had all the power. At the police station she could have been stricken and scared. But instead she thought, ‘This is going to be fun. Tramell’s police interrogation scene succeeds in capturing her four strongest qualities: endless intelligence, manipulative sex appeal, a constant calm under pressure and shock value honestly. Catherine uses the truth to her advantage… Her brutal honesty is like an instant full disclosure tabloid cover story with all the goodies left in to jaw-drop and gawk at. in most mainstream movies. The male characters are active and carry the agency, while the female characters are attractive objects to be gazed at.
Sharon sTone is a proud proponent of women's rights, Stone has discussed The struggle to survive in a male-dominated industry is something Stone many times. she was paid a lot less than male actors starring in the film and when asked if she had been sexually harassed in Hollywood, she just laugh: 'I've seen it all'
 
 

To know more abpout the subject:
 
Weinraub, Bernard (March 15, 1992). "'Basic Instinct': The Suspect Is Attractive, and May Be Fatal". The New York Times.
Sharon Stone talking about Basic Instinct. September 12, 2014. Retrieved January 30, 2018 – via YouTube.
Travers, Peter. Basic Instinct. Rolling Stone. Retrieved March 10, 2011.
Sharon Stone on sex-symbol status: 'It's a pleasure'". USA Today. Archived from the original on October 12, 2017. Retrieved October 11, 2017.
Playboy (November 23, 1998). "Playboy Ranks 100 Sexiest Stars of the Century in January Issue". PR Newswire. Archived from the original on January 13, 2012. Retrieved August 19, 2011
People: Sharon Stone". Rolling Stone. 41 (10): 74. March 21, 1994. ISSN 0093-7673. Archived from the original on March 4, 2016. Retrieved December 6, 2017.