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The year 1998 marked her big-screen debut as "Delilah Profitt" in the teen-driven film, Õuduse õppetunnid (1998).
However, it was her role as "Mia Toretto" in the blockbuster hit The Fast and the Furious (2001) that led her to reach Hollywood stardom.
The film industry has a shoddy record in portraying queer female romances or sex scenes, mostly due to "the male gaze." Feminist film theorist Laura Mulvey coined the phrase, and she defines it as cinema constructed for male consumption or pleasure.
Which brings me back to queer kiss scenes: Although more female directors are being given opportunities to thrive, male-directed lesbian scenes are commonplace—and unfortunately, are oftentimes voyeuristic and exploitative.
Take, for example, the 1998 film ; Denise Richards and Neve Campbell makeout in a pool while a creepy man watches from the woods with a camcorder.
Jordana married producer Andrew Form in 2007, and they two sons.
Family: Her father, Alden Brewster, is an American-born investment banker, and has English, Scottish, and Irish ancestry (he is a descendant of Mayflower passenger William Brewster).
"Hot” isn’t the word I’d used to describe being stalked and filmed without consent.