The Real Villain in ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ is Toxic Work Culture
Fifteen years after it premiered, ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ continues to teach ambitious young people that exploitation is the price you must pay for success.
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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I think now, what is life if not a rather ridiculous, fumbling, histrionic, financially ruinous, unwieldy thing?
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Many times I could have said the same as Gawain, terrified in the face what was to come, “I’m not ready. I’m not ready yet.”