Really? I think it shows women that when push comes to shove you can easily prostitute yourself out and eventually become rich. Sure you’ll also eventually end up with horse-teeth like Julia, but it’s worth it when the money rolls in, no?
Daryl continued to say, “One of the things I’m most proud of is refusing to take Julia’s role. Every time I see it I like it less and less. They sold it as a romantic fairytale when in fact it’s a story about a prostitute who becomes a lady by being kept by a rich and powerful man.”
Yup, that’s it Daryl. Thanks for the Cliff Notes version of the movie. She does have a point. I mean, it’s not like she was forced to make a movie about being a mermaid who was not happy with her own life after she found a man.
You know what is degrading, Daryl? A 46 year old woman who still has hair down to her waist. Oh yeah, and you know what else is almost as degrading as “pretending to be a prostitute for a movie role?” Doing Playboy. You know, like you did. Yeah, kinda like that.