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Despite the apparently absolute and irresistible domination of the two Cold-war superpowers during the fifties and sixties and their capacity to determine the course of a history "totally unsubmissive to human thought and volition," Mauriac, according to Bracher, "posits the unfathomable autonomy of human beings" and denies "that this history has the last word [.
As if "to film" means for women a mobility of voice and body, the body not gazed upon, but unsubmissive, retrieving its autonomy and innocence.
The letter blames Jesuit priests for introducing religious women to "radical, unsubmissive and rebellious feminism.