Actress Emma Watson (L) and United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon are shown the way to the exit following a photo opportunity promoting the HeForShe campaign in New York September 20, 2014. Photo: Reuters Like many other young women Nguyen Phuong Linh grew up watching Disney fairy tales. Now at the age of 22, almost ready to finish her senior year at one of Ho Chi Minh City’s top colleges, Linh says she has yet to outgrow her childhood love for princesses and their happy-ever-after stories. Waiting with a group of chicly dressed friends to see the new Cinderella movie at a theater downtown, she is unmistakably excited. “I already saw the trailer and the cast looks great.” Asked if she is aware of the outrage among many feminists across the world at the remake of the 1950 rags to riches classic, Linh shakes her head and smiles, perching a pair of thick-framed glasses on her nose. “To be honest I don’t see any reason why we have to make a big deal out of a movie.” Some of her friends nod in unison while others nervously look down to check their phones. Maybe they have a point: the movie…
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