Wednesday, March 31, 2010
How times have changed. How privileged we are to have so many artistic tools and resources at our fingertips and the clear assumption we have every right to use them. I kept thinking how much I take my ability to express on an artistic level for-granted. It certainly illustrates the evolution of women's expressive rights and reproductive rights.
This film is raw yet elegant, full of the restraint of the period yet profoundly intimate. While it has English subtitles, I was so caught up in the imagery and plot that I barely noticed. Do keep an eye out for it - it is well worth the investment in time to watch.
Below are descriptions and reviews from Wikipedia and Rottentomatos.com, in that order: