‘Fat Front’: A Film By Louise Detlefsen & Louise Kjeldsen

Fat Front follows the lives of four overweight, Scandinavian women; Helene, Marte, Pauline and Wilde. These inspiring young people promote body positivity as they join the feminist fight against a fat-phobic world. Deltefsen and Kjeldsen’s documentary offers a safe space to explore the issues surrounding negative self-image, social media and gender. Together, they intend to challenge the heteronormative status-quo and dissect stereotypes harboured by the patriarchy so they can feel fat and fre...

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