Topics: Miranda Priestly, The Devil Wears Prada, Satan Pages: 2 (676 words) Published: November 14, 2013
The Devil Wears Prada Essay
In the movie The Devil Wears Prada, Andy gets a job as the second assistant to the editor and chief of RUNWAY magazine. Andy was never the type of girl that was into fashion. She was very smart and knew exactly what she wanted. People who knew Andy would describe her as a very talented, smart person who was very happy and had certain goals in life. Working for Miranda Priestly made her realize and understand what she really needed in life. Andy had to go through a lot and made a lot of mistakes; but for every mistake made, a lesson was learned.

Andy had always been a really hard worker but working for Miranda made her feel like she wasn’t good enough. She felt like giving up so many times, but she put up with being treated like an object; and being neglected by all of her co-workers. She was often judged by the way that she looked and by her ignorance in the world of fashion. Soon she realized that she wasn’t happy with her job and that she had to change in order to make her job a little easier and fit in with everyone else. Andy changed the way she looked and started to think positive. Soon she was a totally different person compared to who she used to be; but down the road she realized that being true to who she is and being herself is really important and should not be changed for anyone or anything.

Before taking the job at RUNWAY magazine, Andy’s relationships were really important to her. She had a very good relationship and life living with her boyfriend Nate; and she had some friends who she had always been close with. She always made time for her social life and knew that they were basically the only people she had that she could trust and count on. When she took the job as Miranda’s second assistant, all her time was dedicated to her job. Getting called in to work at 4 in the morning became a daily routine; she never had a steady schedule. She worked 24 hours a day and little by little forgot her priorities and only...
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