Character analysis in the movie “Double Indemnity”

In the movie double indemnity, Phyllis Dietrichson the unhappy wife of an older and wealthy man is sexually objectified both by the imagery of the movie and her character position as related to other characters. She is alluring and beautiful, and she is slightly older than Lola, her stepdaughter. One thing that comes out is that she has no affection for her husband especially since she plots to kill him with the aim of receiving the insurance claim. On the other hand, the man also married her due to her physical looks. He does not respect her as a human being since she is always complaining that he does not respect her. He is much concerned about his daughter's welfare before the welfare of his wife.  It is also obvious that he does not trust her in

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