The article offers a methodological approach that examines the relationship between film and women's history at the turn of the twentieth century. It highlights the close comparison of two Hollywood films including "Sense and Sensibility" and "Thelma and Louise." In addition, the comparison between the two films intend to draw attention to the ways the respective receptions of the films created a binary opposition between the poles of feminism and conservatism. It also mentions that the films shared the same literary structure that concentrates the complexity of female character by exhibiting the ways of equality in different women.
Scholz, A.-M. (2009). Thelma and Louise and Sense and Sensibility: New Approaches to Challenging Dichotomies in Women’s History Through Literature and Film. Journal of South Texas English Studies, 1(1), 1–19.