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Sy Princess Irvie Shirmaine C.
4th year Compassion

Movie Review
Confession of a shopaholic

Summary

In the mall was the starting of the story. One little girl was buying a shoe in the mall and three children were saw her and laughing and with whispering the shoes will buy was ugly. The movie opens with young Rebecca looking at beautiful shoes and talking about how there were two kinds of prices the real prices, which bought wonderful things, and her mothers prices, which bought things that would last forever. We see her looking at older girls trying on dresses and jewelry, and not even needing money for these perfect things as they swipe credit cards. Rebecca Bex Bloomwood is a writer for a gardening magazine with a closet full of clothes and accessories, and a lot of debt. She rushes to a hot dog vendor, going to the front of the line for an emergency, begging the vendor to give her cash back on a check, even offering to buy all of his hot dogs, claiming she needs the scarf for a sick aunt. Heading off to an interview at Alette magazine, run by Alette Naylor, she finds a green scarf in a window that is perfect. Complimenting the scarf, he tells her that a consumer finance magazine from the same parent company is also hiring, and getting her foot in the door there will Sy Princess Irvie Shirmaine C

4th year Compassion
help. With the scarf Bex heads into Alettes office, but the receptionist tells her that Alicia Billington has filled the job internally. Bex goes back to her roommate, Suze, who tears up her rent check, but it does not resolve the debt problem. With the help of a bottle of tequila they go through the bills, Suze adding figures up, and finding that the news is horrible. He likes her idea of using shoes as a metaphor for investing, but before taking that job, she makes a desperate rush to intercept the insulting letter on its way to Alette. Suze also gets Bex to go to a support group for shopaholics, but all she does is...
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