@tatiana.larina I subscribed to the Economist for three years and that was one of the reasons I stopped. The language throughout the magazine is highly misogynistic and steeped in 'old boy' rhetoric. Certain weekly columns practically screamed 'BOYS CLUB' in its analysis of current political trends or developments in other countries. The front of the issue would begin with 'Dear Sirs' and the obituaries would consistently ignore important women in favour of 'interesting men'. Then Nora Ephron dies and they split her with a tortoise? Yeah, I was fed up.
I'm surprised she didn't mention the misstep of mixing Nora Ephron's obituary with one for a TORTOISE. http://www.economist.com/node/21558219
You know, I discovered my dad was a cheater at exactly that same age I just realized. Me and Sally Draper have a lot of things in common.
But yes, Mad Men for me is all about Sally and Peggy now.
I saw this film but it left me feeling empty at the end. Not because it was so insightful and eye-opening, but because the filmmaker obviously felt constrained and connected to her subjects, so much that it resulted in a strong movie at the forefront which dissolved into a TLC-type of TV movie by the end. It looks good, it's shot well, it's interesting but it just doesn't work by the end.
Yay for poetry!