Working for a New York City magazine is THE hot career of the early 2000s rom com.
This is filled with truly jaw-dropping data and revelations, and I really hope people who need to see it do.
(To anyone mad that it was directed by a man (like I was): it was his idea and he took it to all the right people to get it made correctly. Also, a point the film makes is that it shouldn’t be entirely up to the oppressed to fix oppression, so male allies are nothing to balk at. Source: Geena Davis herself at the Q&A.)