Nice cat-eye glasses.

Ten “Terrible Awful” movie tropes The Help promotes

Emma Stone in The Help: "Skeeter was a bit of a tomboy. She didn’t care how she looked. Her objective was to appear business-like, not feminine or masculine,” said [director Sharen Davis], who consulted photos of students from a 1960s Ole Miss yearbook for ideas for the character’s coordinated sportswear separates in earth tones.

Emma Stone in The Help: "Skeeter was a bit of a tomboy. She didn’t care how she looked. Her objective was to appear business-like, not feminine or masculine,” said [director Sharen Davis], who consulted photos of students from a 1960s Ole Miss yearbook for ideas for the character’s coordinated sportswear separates in earth tones.

I wish I read the book before I saw the film.  Definitely one of my favorites, though!

The Help (2011)

I wish I read the book before I saw the film. Definitely one of my favorites, though!

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