How are the characters of Celie (The Color Purple) and Alike depicted as “outcasts”in the films? Do they ever lose that outsider/outcast status in the films?

How are the characters of Celie (The Color Purple) and Alike depicted as “outcasts”in the films? Do they ever lose that outsider/outcast status in the films?

How does director Dee Rees use the female gaze in her film? Provide at least two examples from the film.

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