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This documentary started out great and I certainly appreciate the effort of Geena Davis and all the wonderful women who shared their stories here. But, like the previous reviewer pointed out, it is directed by someone male! They couldn't get a women director for this?! And they do mention that only ONE woman has won an Academy Award for Best Director (Katherine Bigelow) but she isn't even featured in the film which for me was a huge disappointment. The film is also about 20 minutes too long. What is clear about the film is what we women have suspected all along, that men art threatened by women, our stories and our lives. Nothing new there. Kudos to all the women who contributed to this film.
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