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Unfortunately, the term ended up being misused to describe simply quirky female characters, with many who are actually well-rounded being given this label.Rabin would later disown the term, because instead of creating awareness of the "lack of independent goals in female characters", the concept instead accidentally ended up suggesting that ALL quirky and fun women automatically merited this trope, whether they actually fit in or not.Up for discussion were topics including opportunities - or lack thereof - for older actresses and the term 'national treasure', which Dame Judi confesses she hates.Speaking about acting roles for older women, Dame Maggie jested that there aren't many around - but only because Judi takes them all.'Judi's always there,' she said, according to The Telegraph.She's stunningly attractive, Energetic, high on life, full of wacky quirks and idiosyncrasies (generally including childlike playfulness), often with a touch of wild hair dye.She's inexplicably obsessed with our stuffed-shirt hero, on whom she will focus her antics until he learns to live freely and love madly.
From the girl's perspective, this trope becomes Single Woman Seeks Good Man, though whether the hero varies.
Despite all that (or of all that), there are ways of utilizing this trope without falling into that pitfall.
Given enough time, Character Development can add to their personality and interests and pull them away from the MPDG foundation.
"Manic Pixie Dream Boys", where they exist, tend to either be young (e.g., a Kid Sidekick) or immature.
They are four of the most celebrated women in British film and theatre - but despite their towering reputations they have never been seen on screen together, until now.Dame Eileen took a turn as Queen Mary in Netflix series The Crown last year, and appeared in the Simon Amstell-directed film Carnage: Swallowing the Past earlier this year.