The precept of inferiority legitimized slavery and justified segregation, he contends, and to this day, he writes, "the premise of black inferiority and white superiority remains an essential element of the 'American identity,' mesmerized
as we still are by race and color.
Our goal with the Ford film is to immerse and captivate the viewers, allowing them to momentarily step out of the hectic reality of the convention and feel mesmerized
by the powerful story of this cultural icon.
The kids were in awe, they were mesmerized
, and I was mesmerized
and I'd seen him before, and it was like a magic moment.
She and Bradley mesmerized
the audience with their darkly romantic pas de deux.
The hand-crafted illusions and ephemera that have mesmerized
the world for generations have been a source of great pride for the Blackstone family.
As Heredia approached her, she rose as though mesmerized
by his voice and began to shift her heavily ruffled bata into sumptuous spirals.
From Gone with the Wind to Saving Private Ryan, movies have mesmerized
us, played on our emotions and transported us to worlds far, far away.
And the pride in his dolls is as nothing compared to his mesmerized
astonishment as Coppelia thaws into life.
Last week, television audiences were mesmerized
by love, injustice and revenge during the premiere of Bravo's first original mini-series, THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO, starring French cinema icon, Gerard Depardieu.
As someone who has gone from being bewildered to being mesmerized
by Bausch's art, I cannot say I found any of these superlatives accurate.