Yesterday, a very nice friend and I were in a bookstore and caught sight of Mireille Guiliano's latest, Women, Work & The Art of Savoir Faire: Business Sense & Sensibility. "I've decided I hate her," said my normally mild-mannered friend:
If there's one thing more entertaining than women slavishly trying to act Parisian, it's the ridiculous "You suck, Frenchwomen!" backlash. Cause, you know, those are the only options. [Left: That's a typical Frenchwoman, rubes.]
This was the year, we're told, that Hollywood started making movies for women... as long as they were totally inane. And next year, as Self-Help Cinema launches, they'll be even more vapid!