Bell Hooks attributed much of the sexism in films, to the people who are producing the films. In the reading by Laura Mulvey, Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema, Mulvey touches on a theory of Freud's that said, scopophilia is part of ones sexuality, that gazing is natural. The relation between the two, is if men are producing most of the films seen though out the population, wouldn't it be natural for them to focus on what Freud pondered to be the basic human instinct of attraction? And because the majority of the producers are wealthy, white, and male, they keep producing one sided views of sexuality. Is it just a vicious cycle then? Then, I am curious to know if these male produced films are mostly created on fantasy, compared to the real thoughts, feelings, and actions of women?