I think she as a very good point.
I imagine sitting down to dinner in Hollywood is just as she describes... very shallow, money-centric, idolatry.
Paltrow is Hollywood royalty, as they say. It was all handed to her on silver platter. Her father was an A-list TV writer/producer, her mother a highly regarded stage and screen actress. Struggle, the need to make make money, putting food on the table, these are foreign concepts to her. Her noblesse oblige attitude reminds of the scene in The Aviator, when Howard Hughes dines with Katherine Hepburn's family. Hughes is talking about his projects, and the money involved, and Mrs. Hepburn blanches.
" We don't care about money here.
Well, that's because you have it.
Would you repeat that?
You don't care about money because you've always had it."