Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

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  • Review: Ultraviolet, season 2

    Review: Ultraviolet, season 2

    Season 2 of the Polish series Ultraviolet is now streaming on Netflix. Ultraviolet is a police procedural with a twist: a group of private citizens who are adept with digital media help the police solve crimes. The group calls itself Ultraviolet.

  • Review: Cold War

    Review: Cold War

    Cold War (Zimna wojna) is an epic and tragic love story that begins in 1949 in Poland and ends in the 1960s. During those years the protagonists travel all around Europe.

  • Review: Ultraviolet, season 1

    Review: Ultraviolet, season 1

    The Polish mystery series Ultraviolet is on Netflix. It features a group of internet savvy private citizens who call themselves Ultraviolet and who get involved in police work.

  • Review: The Innocents

    Review: The Innocents

    The Innocents is one of the most beautiful and touching films I have ever seen. It’s set in 1945 Poland. A French doctor Mathilde Beaulieu (Lou de Laâge) is in Poland taking care of wounded French soldiers. She is called to a convent by a frantic nun. She discovers a number of pregnant nuns, all […]

  • Watch This: Trailer for The Innocents

    Watch This: Trailer for The Innocents

    The Innocents is from Poland and French director Anne Fontaine. In 1945 Poland, a young French Red Cross doctor (Lou de Laâge) who is sent to assist the French survivors of the German camps discovers several nuns in advanced states of pregnancy during a visit to a nearby convent. 

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