I loved that the film made one involved. When it commences one is, of course, with Daniels. "What evil people!". And as it progresses one becomes worried. And worried. Then one doesn't know what to think! And in that scene in the lighthouse-what stress! I myself felt as if I were trying to convince Dr. Cawley that I was not mad!
I do recommend this film.
This could've been a wonderful film, perhaps even it could have educated people on certain topics or challenged views-but the sensitive, one-dimentional, unrealistic characters and the countless montages with noisy, and sometimes unfitting, music-ruined it for me. And the end. Dreadful. And the opinion on fashion. I think this film had all the space to explore why fashion is judged, why it is superficial, why it is important, why it is harmful. And why Miranda Priestly is dubbed as "The Devil" and why others wouldn't. Instead we get;
Your desire to dress good means that you're superficial and "One Of Them", as a recurring topic.