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The Vagina Monologues (2002)

TV-MA | | Comedy, Drama | TV Movie 14 March 2007
Coochie Snorcher. Powder box. Toadie. Fannyboo. Mushmellow. Call it what you like, the vagina is many things to many women. Acclaimed writer/performer Eve Ensler is the star of this ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Eve Ensler ... Herself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steven C. Lawrence Steven C. Lawrence ... Vagina Graduate
Cathy Richardson Cathy Richardson ... Singer (singing voice)


Coochie Snorcher. Powder box. Toadie. Fannyboo. Mushmellow. Call it what you like, the vagina is many things to many women. Acclaimed writer/performer Eve Ensler is the star of this innovative special that features some of the candid, funny, painful, yearning insights of women talking about their no-longer-so-private part. Based on Ensler's award-winning stage show of the same name, the special includes all-new interviews and behind-the-scenes commentary added to the original performance material. The end result is a daring and refreshingly liberating experience filled with compassion, humor, intelligence and honesty that will leave you thinking inside the box! Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama


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Release Date:

14 March 2007 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Monólogos de la vagina See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Film Farm,HBO Films See more »
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Although Eve Ensler claims in the film that the "Coochie Snorcher" segment is unchanged from the actual interview, the original text of the monologue as it was performed onstage involved a 13 year old girl (as opposed to 16) and ended with the proclamation "It was a good rape." Feminist critics accused Ensler of hypocrisy for insinuating that lesbian rape and pedophilia were acceptable and nurturing for young women while later condemning heterosexual rape, leading Ensler to change the girl's age and remove the "Good rape" line. See more »


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25 May 2002 | by LindySuSee all my reviews

I am shocked that a third of the reviews written were negative. The Vagina Monologues, while overtly from a feminist viewpoint, are anything but abrasive to men. In fact, I've known more than one male who has been converted to thinking "maybe there might be something to this whole feminism thing after all" from seeing this play. From my not-so-limited experience, the Vagina Monologues has been one of the most moving pieces of literature for feminism, simply because it is not abrasive to masculinity as other "gyno-centric" pieces may be-- also because it mixes joy and pain to give an accurate depiction of womanhood. To make the entire play funny-- and, yes, very witty and clever-- would be to give a glossed-over version that panders to a certain audience and is no better than it should be. To make it completely serious would alienate the audience and betray the play's purpose, which is to open eyes that might have been shut from lingering fingers of "penile-centric" society.

In all, the Vagina Monologues is one of the best-written and well-performed plays I've ever seen, a classic of feminist literature, one that every adult of the 21st century should see. For those readers who are considering seeing the Vagina Monologues for the first time, you will enjoy it, male or female. Unless, of course, you are already prejudiced against the female gender and those working for its equality.

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