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Leonardo DiCaprio:
American Dreams

1995


 
Drew Barrymore: A Bride
1995


 
Drew Barrymore: Cold Feet
1995


 
 

Objectified
1995


 
Shoes to Die For
1997


 
Sunken Silence
1998


 

 

If desire is one of life’s driving forces, then its fulfilment seems to contain the seeds of its own dissolution: they progressively weaken the sense both of the object desired and the person who desires it, impoverishing it. Consumption, or consumerism, is the beginning and end of a social force that causes the individual to be both more disposed to the purchase of material goods and, at the same time, increasingly overwhelmed by this very obsession for possession.