Sex and the Desert
Reading Roger Ebert’s review of Sex and the City 2 is like watching a train wreck. I particularly gasped at the following description of an incredibly misguided scene:
Samantha is arrested for kissing on the beach, and there’s an uncomfortable scene in which the girls are menaced by outraged men in a public market, where all they’ve done is dress in a way more appropriate for a sales reception at Victoria’s Secret. They’re rescued by Arab women so well covered only their eyes are visible, and in private these women reveal that underneath the burkas they’re wearing Dior gowns and so forth. Must get hot.
I don’t know whether to laugh at the review or the “wearing of Dior gowns under burkas.”
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