History Film / Pleasantville

17th Jun '16 11:32:59 AM MrDeath
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* IntimateArtistry: When they begin to explore their feelings, Bill paints a brightly colored mural of Betty on the soda shop windows as an act of rebellion against the CulturePolice and also as an expression of their newfound relationship. It is heavily implied to be a nude picture, but the audience never sees it in its entirety.
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* IntimateArtistry: When they begin to explore their feelings, Bill paints a brightly colored nude mural of Betty on the soda shop windows as an act of rebellion against the CulturePolice and also as an expression of their newfound relationship. It is heavily implied to be a nude picture, but the audience never sees it in its entirety.
--> The audience does see it in its entirety, and it's absolutely a nude painting.
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17th Jun '16 7:02:12 AM furiousstyles21
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--> The audience does see it in its entirety, and it's absolutely a nude painting.
24th May '16 7:43:27 PM KimiFW
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* StayInTheKitchen: This was expected of every wife in the show. Betty's failure to have dinner ready for her husband one night sets off one of the major changes.
24th May '16 7:33:15 PM KimiFW
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* MaltShop
24th May '16 7:05:52 PM KimiFW
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* SeeminglyWholesomeFiftiesGirl: Played with, where a girl from our day and age ends up stepping into this role... and by the time the movie's done, ''every girl in town'' is like that to some extent, except the girl who started the behavior.
24th May '16 7:01:52 PM KimiFW
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* HappyRain: David is joyous when it starts raining for the first time ever in Pleasantville. Other colored teens and Betty with Bill love it also.
* HeldGaze: Betty and Bill when the latter comes to the Parkers' house. David awkwardly has to break it up.



* HappyRain: David is joyous when it starts raining for the first time ever in Pleasantville. Other colored teens and Betty with Bill love it also.
* HeldGaze: Betty and Bill when the latter comes to the Parkers' house. David awkwardly has to break it up.
24th May '16 7:00:46 PM KimiFW
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* {{Housewife}}: Betty is supposed to be the epitome of this trope in-universe, but once she learns about sex from Jennifer, it begins a transformation of her character.
24th May '16 6:53:53 PM KimiFW
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* StandardFiftiesFather: George Parker, Bud and Mary Sue's father.
23rd May '16 3:19:52 AM tropeminer
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* FantasticRacism: Newly colorized people are referred to as "coloreds", the same term commonly used in states in the United States where racial segregation occurred. The irony being that said "colored" characters are still white.

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* FantasticRacism: Newly colorized people are referred to as "coloreds", "colored", the same term commonly used in states in the United States towards African-Americans where racial segregation occurred. The irony being that said "colored" characters are still white.
12th May '16 8:47:16 PM TheCopyUniverse
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* DeadTVRemoteGag: David and Jennifer break their remote and are too lazy to change the channel by using the controls on the TV, leading the magic TV repairman to come to the door and give them a new remote that sends the siblings to Pleasantville, kick-starting the plot. {{Lampshaded}} by Jennifer, only for David to remark that the TV set is new enough that it doesn't work without a remote.

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* DeadTVRemoteGag: David and Jennifer break their remote and are too lazy to change can't interact with the channel by using the controls on the TV, television (due to it being very new and lacking any buttons and knobs), leading the magic TV repairman to come to the door and give them a new remote that sends the siblings to Pleasantville, kick-starting the plot. {{Lampshaded}} by Jennifer, only for David to remark that the TV set is new enough that it doesn't work without a remote.
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