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At one point Carrie says that in her early days in New York she starved herself to pay for her copy of Vogue.
When offered the choice of whether to eat or read Vogue, she chooses Vogue. At the beginning of the series she has wild hair and spots and almost-normal clothes – that is, she looks as much like an ordinary woman as an actress ever can.
She leaves Big at one point to move to Paris with another man but because he doesn’t pay her attention 24/7, she storms back to Big. But don’t call it feminism – at heart, it is nothing more than Stepford Wives.
She finally proposes marriage when she realizes that, should he dump her, she won’t have a cent. Sex and the City came out in 2008 Sex and the City 2 came out in 2010 The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
Carrie calls John, the alpha male she chases through the series like a head in search of a wall, Big. When Miranda, played by Cynthia Nixon, marries a kindly barman, she has to move to the-hell-that-is-Brooklyn. Big, played by Chris Noth, is part carer, part paycheck.
The happiest character, Charlotte, is by far the most conventional – rich husband, children, no job (by the end), a Park Avenue palace. And it is – the search for a father’s love, not an equal’s love. (He, meanwhile, calls his raddled Lolita “Kid”.) Big is, obviously, a super-rich businessman because men with ordinary jobs are despised in Sex and the City.
She claims to hang out in the library but, in six series and one film, the only book she ever picks up is Love Letters of Great Men. (In this crisis, she cries and borrows the money for the deposit – what child would do anything else?
What Carrie does do is shop – shop and shop and shop. ) So, you can become a whore to get your shoe or you can live in a hedge to get your shoe, but you must always have your shoe because without your shoe, you’re nothing. They are the walking-on-a-pin variety, which thrust out your pelvis like a too-knowing doll.
She asks herself a question, spends the episode investigating it and usually comes to the conclusion that she has no conclusion. In one episode Charlotte, played by Kristin Davis, exchanges sex play for shoes.
She is, simply, the worst journalist in the history of the world. This is acknowledged when, towards the end of the series, she washes up at Vogue, the worst magazine in the history of the world. In another, Carrie realizes she is homeless because she has spent ,000 on shoes and does not have a deposit for an apartment.
I only spotted one plump woman in the entire run, and she was black.