Tag Archives: Abi Morgan

December 28

Suffragette – The overdue narrative of a female war. (Film Review)

Of all the complex and contradictory feelings I had as I was watching Suffragette, the most interesting was the revelation that the story was long overdue. I’m not the only female critic who had this experience. I’ve read of two others who experienced being bludgeoned with the observation that the story was late, and the […]

April 27

The Invisible Woman – Ralph Fiennes breathes fresh life into period drama. (Film Review)

It’s about time period pieces examined political perspective and its impact on sexuality with more depth. The Invisible Woman is a film that shows the impact of political constraints on relationship with a measured perfection that underlies the subtlety of its subject matter, but it moves deep enough so that these constraints enter the mind and […]