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Simran Hans is a freelance writer for publications including BuzzFeed, The FADER, Little White Lies, Pitchfork and Sight & Sound magazine.
The early Noughties film, starring Renée Zellweger and Ewan McGregor, left me so giddy I watched it twice.
In 2009, this was an anti-rom com that critics loved. Years later, it was reappraised as misogynistic. How does it hold up a decade on?
In a climate of seemingly endless remakes and sequels, an original film as pointedly personal and raw as this one feels like a small miracle.
Relationships between women – in life and in the movies – are often as richly cinematic as their romantic counterparts.