I've never seen the film “Some Like it Hot”, but after learning more about it and the kick-butt chick who wrote it, I think I will.
Anita Loos was born in the late 1880s and girl could write. She wrote and adapted many screenplays, but was most famous for her series of short sketches “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” which was the basis for “Some Like it Hot”.
The heroine was Lorelei Lee, an independent flapper who could take or leave men and was all about the Benjamins. YAS queen.
She worked on myriad projects all the time to the point of exhaustion, and did all of this despite a husband who was unfaithful, and viewed her success as a threat to him. He would go so far as to fake illnesses to try and stunt her work. Go home dude, you’re cray.
But you can't keep a boss lady down. Anita persisted and continued to write till the day she died, because she knew doing what you love trumps any man.