Kristen Meinzer : Associate Producer /
Rafer Guzman : Film Contributor /
Adam Hirsch : Web Producer
"Eat Pray Love"
Rafer and Kristen discuss "Eat Pray Love" and the surprising gender-based role reversals it contains.
Kristen Meinzer is an associate producer for The Takeaway and co-host of The Takeaway's Movie Date podcast.
Rafer Guzman is the film critic for Newsday and a member of the New York Film Critics Circle. He is the co-host of the WNYC podcast "Movie Date" and a regular guest on the station's news show "The Takeaway."
It pretty much ends with her getting boned by some dude that she only knows for 2 weeks. So much for finding yourself.
Not mentioned at all was how inspiring it was to see Julia Roberts traveling the world alone--not an easy feat for a woman traveler. Women face many more obstacles than men in their travels--such a safety and men/women relations, as women on Pink Pangea (http://www.pinkpangea.com), the first online community for women travelers, tend to note.
Now, if only her character had actually touched on what a feat this was!
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