A native new yorker recently confirmed to me that the Us working world is no picnic.
You have to be super involved in your job and consume it until it gets you sick.
And yet, in movies, being a workaholic never seems to be the right thing.
There’s this general message that you have to get out from it if you want a happy ending
And, as a matter of fact, finding love seems to do the trick every time.
In Sweet November, working rather than spending time with Charlize Theron is a crime.
Cameron Diaz has to find her Jude Law to stop seeing her life as a movie trailer
Matt Damon gets out of the Adjustment Bureau enslavement thanks to Emily Blunt’s flavor
Without it, we might end up as Natalie Portman in Black Swan, but without the success.
I indisputably need a catchphrase, everybody has one in the US.