If Denys Arcand's satire of the paper-doll world of supermodels doesn't really have anything new to say, it's probably because there was never all that much to say about the subject in the first place. The film itself is slick, entertaining and breathlessly paced,
and Arcand manages to sustain an intriguing conceit throughout: It's constructed entirely of mock interviews, news stories, tacky talk shows, fashion channel extras and bits from a documentary chronicling the quick rise and spectacular fall of one Tina Menzhal (Jessica Pare). A stick-thin beauty
from Ontario, Tina goes from collegiate ice-hockey player to highly sought-after model nearly overnight. But it...