Well, paint me pink, and call me Mark Lawson.
She's been to see "300". I thought she might like to do a little review.
"Maybe do a bit of a piece of the political implications of the film?"
Manic giggling. "It had a big battle rhino in it."
"Yes, but what about the comments of the Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ..."
"It was big and loud. And nice to look at."
"It was about war and death, woman. Violence. Blood. Ick."
"There were loads of fit blokes. In leather pants. And did I mention the battle rhino ..." And off she skips. Just like an audience with Germaine Greer.
Bet you can't wait for her review of "Das Leben der Anderen". Apparently it was a thoughtful, compelling story of oppression and hope in Communist era East Germany. Oh, and that Sebastian Koch is, sigh, a bit of alright.