My favorite line was the bit about indecisiveness. I still remember the day I decided to let go of that mindset. Amanda was absolutely right: an indecisive person is the worst kind of person.
So I didn't really "get" the essence of the film, but I enjoyed every second of it... from the acting to the cinematography, as everyone else has pointed out. It's the aftermath I don't like, as I'm now attempting to grasp at the meaning (or my own interpretation). I don't have one, and I'm not sure I like that. Surely the meaning goes beyond privileged young women being able to get what they want? Is this a satirical attempt to display class/pretty privilege? Couldn't tell ya. Martyr themes for sure. I can't even explain what I think this film lacked, but somewhere it missed the mark, at least for me. Maybe a rewatch someday will give me some clarification.