Beauty: In the Eyes of the Beheld

Beauty: In the Eyes of the Beheld

Beauty: In the Eyes of the Beheld is a 2008 American documentary film that explores what it is like to be a beautiful woman through interviews of eight American women considered physically beautiful. The women interviewed include a physician, an exotic dancer, a musician who worked with recording artist Prince, former beauty queens, a student in a wheelchair, an assistant paralegal, and an assistant television producer. Eye opening stories of insecurity, vulnerability and tragedy surface along with the more predictable blessings beauty brings. The preview asks " Is beauty all it is cracked to be?" Surprising stories surface as they speak about their childhoods, careers, relationships, and life satisfaction. Beauty: In the Eyes of the Beheld is included in the National Eating Disorders Association's list of body image educational tools.


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    director Liza Figueroa Kravinsky
    editor Michael Kravinsky
    events woman
    genre action
    musicBy Liza Figueroa Kravinsky
    productionCompany Art Palette Productions
    theme documentary