Amy in Buzzfeed: “I think a lot of times it’s very subtle things, a lot of very subtle sort of treatment of woman that is different than men, but it’s not blatant, so it’s hard to make giant issues about it, because you move away from the ideas that you really want to tell, ideas that I want to explore in my films, I’d rather get them out there…But yeah, I do feel that it can be a little bit patronizing. There’s a lot of articles that will bring up, ‘I wonder what she’s learned from all these men?’” Seimetz continued, finally cutting loose. “They never say, ‘I wonder what she’s learned from Lena Dunham, I wonder what she’s learned from Megan Griffiths.’ If they did that, I would say ‘great.’ But it’s always like male directors. It’s a really subtle thing, and I really feel ashamed bringing it up, but it’s just become more and more apparent to me.”

Amy in Buzzfeed: “I think a lot of times it’s very subtle things, a lot of very subtle sort of treatment of woman that is different than men, but it’s not blatant, so it’s hard to make giant issues about it, because you move away from the ideas that you really want to tell, ideas that I want to explore in my films, I’d rather get them out there…But yeah, I do feel that it can be a little bit patronizing. There’s a lot of articles that will bring up, ‘I wonder what she’s learned from all these men?’” Seimetz continued, finally cutting loose. “They never say, ‘I wonder what she’s learned from Lena Dunham, I wonder what she’s learned from Megan Griffiths.’ If they did that, I would say ‘great.’ But it’s always like male directors. It’s a really subtle thing, and I really feel ashamed bringing it up, but it’s just become more and more apparent to me.”