Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

Tag: Ruth Wilson

  • See How They Run, spoofing the whodunit

    See How They Run, spoofing the whodunit

    See How They Run is a whodunit that makes fun of whodunits – and Agatha Christie and writers and directors and actors and producers and even ushers. It makes fun of everything. You never know which timeworn whodunit trope will get satirized next. Plus, it is fun to watch just to see whodunit.

  • 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: Dark River

    Review: Dark River

    Dark River is an intimate family drama that tells a story of trauma, alienation, and tragedy.

  • Review: Suite Française

    Review: Suite Française

    Suite Française is a different enough war story to be interesting for that reason alone, but it’s also beautifully well-done and acted. Beware the spoilers.

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