But neither one of us hurt the other.”RELATED: Review: Watching Sandra Oh battling Anne Heche in "Catfight" is pure bliss There was another uphill battle to fight, though.“This is a very tiny film,” Oh tells us. It’s not the kind of thing where you say, ‘Oooh, Matt Damon trained for six months to be Jason Bourne, that’s awesome!
’ We did not have that.”“We had our morning coffee and then started punching each other,” Heche adds.
Could it be that we pride ourselves on the unpretentious simplicity it represents?
The French can keep their croissants and let Americans queue for hours for a faddish “cronut” if they so choose; all we want is a humble pasty. The hack of the adultery website Ashley revealed the scale of unfaithfulness in Britain, with 1.6 million of us signed up and ready to cheat.
Why would you opt to love the one you’re with, when someone even better is always just a click away? All social media provide an illusion of human intimacy, which might not be as satisfying as the real thing but is so much more convenient.
In between their three fights, we follow them on their separate lives, which often involve hilariously over-the-top tragedies.
It provided cover for several attacks on Minaj (from Swift fans, from Swift’s buddy Sheeran, from newspaper columnists) which ranged in tone from dismissive to racially tone-deaf, to comments about her “fat arse” (that was Katie Hopkins, obviously).
Thus a serious point about intersectionality was reduced to a catfight and Minaj was told in no uncertain terms to pipe down. Similarly, the concept of the sisterhood has not been entirely helpful to the Labour leadership campaigns.
Women don’t always have to agree, let alone be bezzy mates in order to advance equality.
They just have to use what power they have to safeguard other women’s opportunities to be heard.