voice

Posted: September 3, 2012 in Uncategorized

A sudden craving for some junk food and a silly movie took over last night. As reviewers would say, a movie for a ‘non-thinking’ audience, whatever that means but I figured it was close to what I was looking for.

I decided to watch the sequel of Sex and the City. I know, I know, I am a year or two late. But so many people had slammed the movie on its release that I did not bother to watch it.

I loved the TV series and the first movie and while the sequel was exactly what I needed last night, I was surprised at the audacity of movie makers to make a movie with such a flimsy script.

Being prone to thinking, the movie did give me fodder to chew on. That is when Miranda says her boss did not have a problem with her tone but the fact that she had a voice. She or someone else says, it does not matter whether you are in NYC or Abu Dhabi, people would prefer for you to stay behind a veil.

Unspoken rules are the hardest to fight back.

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