Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

Tag: Andrew Scott

  • The Pursuit of Love, fantastical and melodramatic

    The Pursuit of Love, fantastical and melodramatic

    The Pursuit of Love is a fantastical and melodramatic look at the lives of two cousins coming of age between the two world wars. It’s a period piece about the social limitations of womanhood and the frustrations of the proto-feminists at the center of the story.

  • Review: Oslo, a dramatization of unusual diplomacy

    Review: Oslo, a dramatization of unusual diplomacy

    Oslo is the story of how the Oslo Peace Accords between Israel and the Palestinian Liberation Organization came about in the 1990s. The movie culminates with Yasser Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin shaking hands at a press conference with Bill Clinton, but the Americans had nothing to do with the peace accords. The film is available […]

  • Review: Modern Love, season 1

    Review: Modern Love, season 1

    Modern Love lets you sit with several New Yorkers as they figure out how to love and be loved in a city that can feel pretty lonely for some. The stories are heartwarming and sweet. Not all are romantic love stories about about men and women who fall in love, however. Modern Love attempts to […]

  • Review: Fleabag, season 2

    Review: Fleabag, season 2

    In the final moments of season 2, Fleabag turns to the lens and waves goodbye to us, the people inside the camera. We have been her companions, the people who have been allowed to understand her grieving heart just a little better.

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