Aubrey Plaza: ‘Emily the Criminal’ shows ‘how broken the system







Aubrey Plaza’s new film “Criminal Emily”, which opens Friday, shows how an unfair job market drives people to crime. You can see it’s broken and confusing,” Plaza told UPI in a recent Zoom interview. “She just decided to say ‘[expletive] this. I’m not going to play this game anymore. Emily (Plaza) delivers food to pay off her student debt.



To find a good job, the interviewer offers an unpaid internship until either he disputes the assault charge or Emily opposes it. “It’s a really cathartic and fun game to curse and say what she really thinks,” said Plaza. “I can say things I would never say in real life.” Plaza, 38, has been stable since appearing in the 2009 film Funny People and the TV series Parks and Recreation. She worked as an actress in She said it had to do with Emily’s unpaid internship and working as a waitress and hostess to pay her bills.




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