HBO phenom turned feature film has packed the theaters and now has begun collecting awards. Its first big prize came from the Association of Petrina Pan whose motto is why should girls be the only one's who have to grow up. The Association in bestowing its feety pyjama award praised the following virtues of the film:
What other contemporary myth has dared to create four intelligent and beautiful women, a lawyer, a writer, a public relations expert and an art historian and portray them as completely ignorant and inept at the very thing women do best- relationships. the Association loved the fact that the lawyer and her craftsman husband had not had sex for six months and had never even spoken about it.
They worshipped the sex addict PR executive who forgot herself after five decades of narcissism. The one happily married wife and mother did come in for some criticism for forgetting to jog while nine months pregnant though the association loved how the screenplay punished her by having her shit her pants on a Mexican holiday.
They saved the highest adulation for Carrie Bradshaw the writer and her on again, off again, Big, the big business man. The association thought that Bradshaw was the consummate Petrina Pan: "She gets wet over $1,000 shoes and lets herself get bought by a man who has abandoned her multiple times. She jumps into bed with him time and again and never seems to even know that condoms exist, even though he is the fattest alley cat in the Big Apple. Carrie Bradshaw is the mythic symbol for every stupid junior high girl who gives it up over and over for money, popularity and cool shoes. her lifestyle screams why should girls be the only one's who have to grow up!"