Here we have another video essay, but this time it’s one of a particularly different tone than most. Creator Nikki Martin utilizes familiar techniques such as clips, photos, text, and narration but also includes herself delivering a fourth-wall-breaking address to the camera/viewer. These self-aware segments lend the piece a lighthearted and humorous character as she takes to defending three Stanley Kubrick films on the basis of feminist film theory. By way of Laura Mulvey and the psychoanalytic concepts found in her seminal essay “Visual Pleasure And Narrative Cinema”, Martin argues for Lolita (1962), Eyes Wide Shut (1999), and Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb (1964) as Kubrick works that contain evidence in opposition to criticisms of the director as a misogynist.