No, that is not a spelling error. That is the title of a fantastic film showcasing the way women are portrayed in the media. Sadly, females are little more than sexual objects. Even women in power (eg. Hillary Clinton) have been objectified by their outward appearance and not the way they have changed society. This film certainly changed my perspective on media outlets, such as tabloids and television. It has been known for a while that women have been treated as less than humans in the media, but the true extent of that is really unknown and Missrepresentation pours in the facts that many of us do not know. It is almost a bit sickening to know what I do know now about how women are seen in the media. I seriously do believe that everyone should watch this film at least once, and help make a change, because even if one isn't in the media itself, we viewers are all affected by it. Women have been totally dehumanized by television, the news, music, magazines and etc. Watch this film, learn the facts, and then do something about it. Help spread the word so we can make a change.
More about Missrepresentation can be found here: http://www.missrepresentation.org/