Everybody has a perception about what the image of art should say -- or not say -- but few have an informed opinion. The power of the communicative arts transcends the mere power to inform. That power is used in film, television, newspapers, radio, art, magazines, music, theatre and the new social media network as a means of influencing and shaping attitudes by providing images and opinions.
This power of film is universal as it transcends place, race and gender. It has the power to set or change behavior.