Please point out any scene in any 2021 film about any kind of romantic or professional conflict that favorably compares to this one.

What is this scene mainly about? Louise Bryant (Diane Keaton) is angry about her inability to transcend or otherwise work past her limitations as a writer, along with the suffocating sexism that was par for the course back then. Plus she feels overshadowed by the more gifted and energetic John Reed (Warren Beatty), and so she mostly blames Reed. Naturally.

The writing (Trevor Griffith) is flawless; ditto the acting. Beatty-the-actor is always marvelous when he gets angry. Remember the “bark like a dog” scene in Bugsy?