Question: What happened femme fatale?

Femmes fatales are typically villainous, or at least morally ambiguous, and always associated with a sense of mystification, and unease. The phrase is French for fatal woman. A femme fatale tries to achieve her hidden purpose by using feminine wiles such as beauty, charm, or sexual allure.

How does femme fatale end?

While Laure luxuriates in a tub in Lilys home, the real Lily returns and commits suicide while Laure secretly watches, providing Laure the opportunity to take her identity for good, and she leaves the country for the United States.

Who is the original femme fatale?

actress Theda Bara Early in the history of film, 1920s film actress Theda Bara popularized the Femme Fatale trope. She was one of cinemas early sex symbols, known for her dark eyes and lips.

Where did the term femme fatale originate?

Its a term that has been used in English since the 1880s, and it comes from the French femme, woman, and the Latin fatale, literally decreed by fate, but in this case meaning something closer to disastrous. Famous literary femmes fatales include Medea and Catwoman.

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