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Taboo on Screen

Broey Deschanel

Taboo on Screen investigates the many ways taboos are presented and received in popular filmmaking. It explores a variety of films that attempt to shed light on the shunned, fringe, and uglier aspects of the human condition — successfully or not.

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Broey Deschanel — Taboo on Screen

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Maia, AKA Broey Deschanel, is a cultural critic from Toronto, Canada. She posts monthly film analysis videos, co-hosts a podcast called Rehash, and is currently writing a book about Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. When Maia is not overthinking film, television, or “the culture,” she is spending time with her cat Moonie and gushing at Pingu memes on Instagram.

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