A Dolls House Essay

1060 WordsMar 23, 20115 Pages
Several make drastic mistakes that either mess up one’s life or mess up someone else’s. In the play “A Doll’s House” by Henrik Ilbsen portraits a story filled of lies, scarifies, and love. A story with a big secret that saves a family but in the end destroys the family. In “A Doll’s House” a good action from the wife is seen as dishonest since the husband cannot see the big picture and ultimate loses the opportunity to perform the miracle to save his marriage. In past years, mostly seen in the Hispanic culture of husbands over powering there wife’s at home. In Spanish it’s called “Machista” which is translated to “male chauvinist” a role which women are thrown into not be choice. Women would just stay home and not worry about anything else but the kids. Women are not involved in any decision making at home and everything revolves around the husband. Whatever makes the husband happy. One may think that this “male chauvinist” only happen years ago to ones grandparents era but people are mistaken. In present day in Hispanic countries this “male chauvinist” still lives on. That’s why I believe this play will fit perfectly for modern day today in Monterey, Mexico. A city and a country filled with “male chauvinist” like Torvald Helmer. The play would take place in December of 2010 when the whole city is busy in spending money for Christmas. My actors would be Antonio Banderas as Torvald Helmer and Salma Hayek as Nora for their strong Hispanic accent and looks. Antonio Banderas has a really good serious and playful side in acting and is just right for the part of Torvald. Salma Hayek is a beautiful actress and wanted the audience to see why Tovarld is so in love with her and why Dr. Rank has been in love with her for a long time. Salma Hayek is the ideal role for Nora. The action would take place in the family room, elegantly and expensively furnished. On the

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