Those have happened to me before. I’ve worked in the industry for a long time, and I’ve worked on films that were more problematic. I don’t think I’ve ever made a full blunder. They have, however, been contentious at times. Sweetie, my very first film, was considered adventurous and bold at the time. It was a contentious issue at the time. Vincent Canby, for example, was one of my most strong criticisms, exclaiming, “This is magnificent.” Others have said, “This is a horrible piece of dramatic rubbish.” She has no idea how to compose a shot.” IMDB
Everyone felt it because of the former president, I believe. Phil’s manhood is glorified, as is the ethos of masculinity that is celebrated in the cowboy world. Cowboys are associated with the natural world and the simple life. The Burbanks, on the other hand, owned one of Montana’s wealthiest ranches. They have a lot of power, and I believe that power is the main issue. When women have power, and how they choose to use it, it shines through. It’s always about power. And money is frequently equated with power. Don’t you think so?