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A flimsy excuse to play dress-up

The sequel to the phenomenally successful Sex and the City film opens with a skip down memory lane and a return to the 1980s.

29th May, 2010

The sequel to the phenomenally successful Sex and the City film opens with a skip down memory lane and a return to the 1980s. As the main character Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) recalls her early days in New York ,we see glimpses of the four characters clad in faded denim and hairspray, digitally rejuvenated by the modern equivalent of a smear of petroleum jelly over the camera lens.

This opening sequence is supposed to emphasise...

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