Tag Archives: Feminism

Ugliness on the MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND of Manhattan

May 10th, 2022

The plight of undocumented immigrants coming to the United States is not a unique story, but MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND shares it through a distinct feminist lens. Luciana, the female character at the heart of this independent film, has fled to New York City to escape a traumatic past event and to forge a new life. […]

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Spring Fun May Viewing Roundup

May 3rd, 2022

We’re keeping it short and simple this month so as to go out and enjoy the lovely spring weather. But for quality inside viewing time, we recommend the following titles we’ve enjoyed this past month— DEVI’S PICKS: EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE (in theaters): This movie is pure genius and the most fun I’ve had […]

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Moving-Beyond-the Manly-Oscars April Viewing Roundup

April 4th, 2022

Well, another Oscars Ceremony has come and gone, and as usual it was all about the men. What’s it matter that Jane Campion won, most deservedly, for best director, Sian Heder for Best Adapted Screenplay, and Jessica Fontaine for her impressive rendering of Tammy Faye? Ditto that Jada Pinket bravely and beautifully walked the red […]

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