As the old happens to be true. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, in this year or in a hundred years on this planet or wherever there is human life, perhaps among the stars. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. lesson to be learned … in the Twilight Zone. "1964: Episode # 137 still in the fifth season called" Number Twelve looks like you "and was adapted from a story called" The Beautiful People. "In this episode, we meet Marilyn, a young woman that is about to undergo a rite of passage in their community.
This rite is called "transformation" and requires citizens to choose among various models of the organs in which they will be transformed. The message here is that this society only sees one standard of beauty and that one not be happy if they look and act like everyone else. Opening Narration: "Given the opportunity, what girl would not be happy to change a plain face for a lovely? What girl could refuse the opportunity to be beautiful? A lack of a better estimate, we'll call 2000. In any case, imagine a time in the future when science has developed a way to give everyone the face and body he dreams. It may not happen tomorrow – but what happens now in the Twilight Zone. "Once again, the beautiful people are all white and we do not see women or men of color. What was this episode trying to tell black women about beauty? Closing narration: Portrait of a young woman in love – with itself.