Plenty of A-list names populate the film including Meryl Streep, Cate Blanchett, Shonda Rhimes and Reese Witherspoon, among others. But the film belongs to the women behind the camera, the directors, writers and crew who struggle to make a sustainable living doing what they love due to systemic sexism. (4.5/5)
I felt the film was most effective examining the corruption behind the water crisis and the coverup that impacted thousands of children growing up in Flint, Moore’s hometown. While the subject matter is all over the place, this documentary hammers home the message that people must turn out and vote in the upcoming midterms. (3.5/5) Release date: 9/21/18
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