Two NYT reporters, investigating tales of abuse by Harvey Weinstein, will not give up, even when most women are too afraid to talk.
Dalit female journalists staffing a newspaper in northern India are often the only ones brave enough to advocate the rights of raped women & seek improved conditions for villagers.
I just was privileged to see an hour-long version of this 90-minute Oscar-nominated documentary–and was highly impressed by the sisterhood of female Indian journalist upon whom it focuses. They face incredible pressure from their society–their families, the men they interview, the authorities whom they challenge. You can see the full version when Independent Lens shows …
Two noblemen in 14th century France fight a duel when the wife of one accuses the other as raping her, the crime seen as against the husband!
The biopic covers the ups & downs of the life of Aretha Franklin from age 10 through her recording of her most popular album “Amazing Grace.”
French soldier Klara, suffering from PTSD from Afghanistan, seeks revenge on a Russian who raped her sister.
An elderly scammer thinks he has an easy mark in a widow until they take a trip together to Berlin where she reveals a traumatic connection between them dating back to WW 2.
Controversial, timely and I give it 4.5 out of 5 stars. Click the title to read my review.
In 19th c. Tasmania an Irish woman seeking vengeance for the murder of her family hires an Aborigines to track down the guilty British soldier.
It’s a terrific miniseries. Click the title to read my entire review.