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I'm Your Woman (2020, W/D: Julia Hart) S: Rachel Brosnahan

Old 12-10-20, 02:43 PM
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I'm Your Woman (2020, W/D: Julia Hart) S: Rachel Brosnahan




In this 1970s set crime drama, a woman is forced to go on the run after her husband betrays his partners, sending her and her baby on a dangerous journey.

Starring: Rachel Brosnahan, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Arinzé Kene, Frankie Faison, Bill Heck
Written By: Julia Hart
Directed By: Julia Hart
Produced By: Jordan Horowitz, Rachel Brosnahan
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10243992

78% currently on RT: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/im_your_woman
Old 12-10-20, 03:06 PM
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Re: I'm Your Woman (2020, W/D: Julia Hart) S: Rachel Brosnahan

I like her, and stuff set in the '70s, so I'll give this a shot.
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Re: I'm Your Woman (2020, W/D: Julia Hart) S: Rachel Brosnahan

I was enjoying the movie a lot, but lost all interest in turned it off half an hour in.

I've discovered over the years there is only one kind of movie I find offensive, and that's ones where random, innocent people are killed in order to protect the hero. It rubs me such the wrong way, as if I can feel an unearned sense of entitlement from the filmmakers. What's so important about this woman that others need to be sacrificed for her? I don't care about her anymore, or her protector, so any suspense or drama the movie might have had is gone.

It's one thing to make a movie like Goodfellas or Pulp Fiction (or even TV shows like Breaking Bad or Mad Men) where you're watching because the characters are interesting, not because you like them. This is different. It feels careless at best that the creators don't think about the ramification of such violence, and at worse it feels like their moral compass is so off they don't imagine audiences would care.

It's narcissistic.

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