Women is Losers is a beautifully tragic film. The film follows Celina, a young Latina woman navigating racism, sexism, and systemic oppression in the 1960s and 1970s. The movie begins with the idea that this film will serve as a form of alternate history for a group of people who haven't been able to tell their stories until now. It specifically highlights the struggles of Latina women, but it defiantly touches on other forms of oppression that existed at the time (and still do to a certain extent). There were defiant parts that reminded me of the Big Short, like when the characters stop to explain a given scene's historical significance or real-world facts. Lorenza Izzo gives a fantastic performance as Celina. I'm not really familiar with her work as an actor, but she blew this performance out of the water. In almost every scene, I just hurt Celina and wanted her to figure out a way to succeed. Chrissie Fit (Pitch Perfect 2 and 3) also has a supporting role. She absolutely killed it. I would probably even go as far as to say this is Chrissie Fit's best performance. In Pitch Perfect, her character is mostly there for comedic relief, but her character has some real depth in this film. In fact, all of the supporting characters are interesting in their own ways, which is part of what makes this feel so authentic. I won't give anything away because I feel like it is one of those movies where it is better if you don't know much about it going in. However, I would hope that people would go into this film with an open mind, as it touches on sensitive topics, like domestic violence and abortion. If the viewers are willing to do that, then I believe that this movie will not only challenge them to rethink the world, but it will also inspire them to never give up. Because after all, aren't we all Losers in some way?