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Horror at the Big Brother House: The Monster Who Swallows Monsters | Israel today

2022-06-26T20:43:33.524Z

This season Diane Schwartz was chosen to play the villain of the plot. It was easy for the production to put a beachy narrative on it. A 23-year-old girl with a dirty mouth, a manipulative approach to life and a short thread • When a TV series builds the perfect villain, and hatred towards him increases from chapter to chapter, it also strengthens the power of the heroes who fight him



Humans enter the "big brother," and fantasies flood their little brains.

When the eyes of the people are turned to them, the cast casts an expectation that when they emerge from the photographed jungle, a supreme world of parties and campaigns and incessant attention will await them outside.

But not everyone is saved, because reality is also a monster that can devour anyone - mentally disrupt its victims in public, chew aggressively, and finally emit them folded, scarred and rejected.

As in a generic horror film, when a pile of skeletons and skulls in the yard heralds a ghost house, this is more or less the entrance plaza of the famous house on television.

A kind of transparent monument to figures such as Shai Hai, Yehuda Yitzhakov, Eliav Ozen, Oren Hazan, Rami Vered, Saar Scheinfein and others, who were burned on the rating altar.

This season Diane Schwartz was chosen to play the villain of the plot.

It was easy for the production to put a beachy narrative on it.

A 23-year-old girl with a dirty mouth, a manipulative approach to life and a short fuse.

One that concentrates on itself and minimizes everything else.

Again and again she spins her man on the little finger, arguing with everyone, producing dramas and empowering her rivals.

Three weeks in, and it's already clear that Diane is the most important figure at the moment for the development of the season.

And Big Brother directed us right there.

"People think I'm disgusting and snobbish," was the first sentence she said on the ID card projected before entering.

Even before introducing herself she screamed at the director and showed a host of condescending gestures.

I mean, the preparation for antagonism was already laid out in the first show, and the message they conveyed to us was: This is going to get annoying.

Since then, chapter after chapter Diane goes through the worst screen possible.

For each scene, only toxic sentences she said are carefully selected, along with eye rollers and dirty maneuvers.

The other contestants despise her, on social media she snatches filth, her modeling career is damaged, and her mother told Guy Lerer about threats and giggles.

Yesterday in the "Daily Report" they tried to explain how it happened that Diane was so indifferent. "It is impossible to connect with someone who does not show his weaknesses," Tamir Vardi analyzed the ice monster. Diane.

When a TV series builds the perfect villain, and the hatred towards him increases from chapter to chapter, it also strengthens the power of the heroes who fight him.

So it's easy to say this's the best season of "Big Brother" for years.

The house is bubbling, they are beating the ratings of "Khatunmi", and most thanks to Mrs. Pakatsa.

"I'm a living gift of the house," Diane declared yesterday with the arrogance of a pompous peacock, marking the path forward for herself.

In the end, she will be frustrated with reality, and will be remembered as another one in whom reality disrupted her life.

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At the beginning of the second season of "Manaich", Shalom Asaig vows, in the form of Izzy, the desperate revolutionary from DIP, that if his girlfriend in the series survives the ending captions and thanks to a screenwriter miracle, he will quickly recover from gunshot wounds - he will stop smoking.

Cigarettes are a central motif in the character of the series, which takes place surrounded by smoke between dark rooms and gray areas in the system.

The personal conflict with smoking accompanied Izzy throughout the previous season, and so this is a change that was reflected in yesterday’s episode (here, 9:15 p.m.) in a dramatic delivery moment of the last box of cigarettes in his pocket.

Is Izzy able to get by without the longing for ambition?

And maybe this is a metaphor for Manich's ability to get along without trying to correspond with life itself?

Because reality, in general, will surpass any imagination.

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Source: israelhayom

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