During her address to the packed audience at AFI in Hollywood, Soloway riled up the women in the audience. She mentioned that the ACLU is looking into hiring practices in Hollywood and rallied the women to get litigious.
By "shame," we can only think Soloway meant pain or our darkest secrets. After all, how much more interesting would TV and movies be if writers and directors really did that?
If someone had used the term "vile lady-dogs" in any other context, we think we might be offended. But here, it sounds awesome.
She also said you must cry at work, and to think of it as "bring your tears to work day."
We do have to admit there's a lot more power in that area than, say, shooting from our hip.
This is tough given that Hollywood likes to rely on movie ideas that have been successful, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't try to be original.
Though we never thought about it like that before, we think she's totally right.
This could be our new motto.
Soloway compared women working in film to dating a man, and there are some rules. She even pulled out dating book The Rules to help her complete the metaphor. We think it's genius.
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