Lily Collins was “disheartened” by Emily Paris’s criticism after the show was accused of using French “outdated” stereotypes
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Lily Collins (Lily Collins) now talked about criticism in an interview on Vogue Arabia in November. She discussed with her fiance Charlie Dowell on the show, who originally This question was raised at the beginning of the month.
The 31-year-old actress admitted that although reading the negative news of the series is “frustrating”, she also thinks it is positive because it gives her the ability to improve in the future.
Speak out loud: Lily Collins now talks about the criticism surrounding Emily in Paris in an interview with the November issue of Vogue Arabia
Netflix’s charming new show has been criticized by critics for its “outdated and stereotyped” portrayal of the French.
The series is played by Elyly, who moved from Chicago to a new job in a marketing company in the French capital, where she met a cold response from Parisians who were impatient with the frothy American .
Emily said: “Reading these things can sometimes be frustrating, but it is also a gift. You are allowed to improve.
Lily told the publication that if the show commissioned another series, she would “evolve the narrative”, adding that the producer: “It won my insight and brought me a very meaningful and powerful Experience.”
Honest: The 31-year-old actress admitted that although reading the negative news of the series is “frustrating”, she also thinks it is positive because it enables her to improve in the future
In the chat, Lily also talked about her recent engagement with film director and writer Charlie, admitting that the couple fell in love at first sight.
She said: “From the moment we met, I knew this was the right person for me.”
Charlie posed this question in front of an idyllic mountain range in Arizona during the September holiday, and the couple shared their news on Instagram.
Lily posted an engagement announcement on social media, and she wrote: “I have been waiting for you for a lifetime, and I can’t wait to spend it…”
Wedding bell! In the chat, Lily also talked about her recent date with film director and writer Charlie, and admitted that the couple was love at first sight.
Opinion: Netflix’s fascinating new show has been criticized by critics for its “outdated and stereotyped” portrayal of the French
Lily has always been frank about the fight against eating disorders and has previously starred in “To the Bone”, which portrays a woman suffering from anorexia.
She said of her previous struggles: “In the past, I would try to control myself. It came in the form of eating disorders or deep anxiety. […] I try to sit and try to overcome my emotions instead of ignoring them.
“The old self would have paid more attention to negative factors. Now, this is just a part of my life. All these other positive things prevent my attachment.
Plot: The play follows Lily (Elyly) played by Lily (Emily), she moved from Chicago to a new job in a marketing company in the French capital, where she met a cold response from Parisians, which was full of bubbles Of Americans are impatient