This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
The film's bookended Zoolander-esque sequences are undercut with lukewarm and inactioned arguments about inequality (race, gender, class, ability...).
The scene of fleeting awareness when Carl (the one who has) realizes he is single-handedly responsible for the worker's dismissal (the one who has not), slowly exposes his incompetency.
Carl cannot survive outside the modeling world (not in a patriarchy), but within Abigail's makeshift matriarchy he lands in a place Yaya knows only too well. She has held such a position before.…