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While the movie is centred on sexual harassment in the workplace, Margot Robbie revealed she didn't fully realise what it was until reading the script. "One of the lines that shocked me when I first read the script was that sexual harassment includes any unwelcome sexual advances," she told the Herald Sun on Saturday. "I always thought it required physical contact for it to be considered illegal or wrong. That really shocked me." Margot said recognising that such harassment did not have to be physical, but also be verbal, prompted her to join the film. See more »
Almost every character seemed a bit like a cartoon character, except Charlize Theron, who was really good at portraying Megyn Kelly. Perhaps I would've enjoyed it more if I had ever watched Fox news and had any idea who these people were. But I'm glad that I never did. Margot Robbie is so distractingly beautiful, she didn't seem like a real person.
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