The Real Villain in ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ is Toxic Work Culture
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Lindsay is a freelance writer and chronic over-thinker focused on culture and politics. Her writing has been staged by Infinite Variety Productions in New York City, developed into a short film at Prague Film School, published in various places, and described by her mother as, “Cool, but kind of weird.”
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