Mad Men: The False Promise of Megan Draper
by The Take by ScreenPrism
Megan Draper’s starts off as an optimistic, free spirit, whose attitudes mirror the emerging iconoclast of 1960’s– rejection of the old-fashioned rigid standard set for women– and eventually descends into a struggling actress in a bitter divorce. ScreenPrism explains why her ending is a disappointment and what it means for lasting change.
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