I don’t think you’re being oversensitive to raise the question. My hope was to show that Hannah Weinstein and John Berry, while white, had marginalized experiences of their own—both in being Jewish Americans and in being ostracized by the blacklist. And the reason I brought up their religion where I didn’t with the oth… Read more
You joke, but God Bless You, Mister Rosewater is actually prominently featured in the doc! Including a great story about Vonnegut coming to see a rehearsal.
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Ooh that was some kind of bizarre Freudian slip on my end, as I definitely meant to write “selfishly” not “selflessly.” It’s been updated!
Oh, I definitely agree that was the mentality of the day (and in many ways still is today). I just think it’s nice that Working Girl as a film suggests it doesn’t have to be that way, even if characters like Katharine and/or Tess’ male higher-ups think that it does.
Ha! Do you know what, I actually did make that joke in my original draft, but it looks like it (very understandably!) got lost in the edit. But, yes, Tess McGill is definitely complicit in some anti-mutant shenanigans.
This captures a lot of my thought process as well! Well put!
Thank you so much!
Good call on She-Hulk! I was wondering if it was an homage to Jean Grey’s original 1960s look, but the colors are wrong.
I didn’t see Long Shot until this week, but I also really enjoyed it! Personally, I would’ve cut 20-30 minutes of the political machination plotlines (esp whatever the hell it was that Andy Serkis was doing) and zeroed in on Charlotte and Fred’s relationship a bit more. But, yeah, super charming overall.