The incredible, true-story of Marie Skłodowska Curie and her ground-breaking scientific achievements that revolutionized medicine with her discovery of radium and polonium, ultimately changing the face of science forever. Starring Rosamund Pike.
I recently finished a mostra called Strange Empire, and I'm not really sure how I felt about it. The following rambling trying to disguise itself as a review is my attempt at sorting out my feelings.
I was in the middle of iconning a Western-ish series and needed background noise (something to half-watch while I edited stuff). I'd already gone through all the Western Film Netflix had that interested me, so I decided to start a mostra called Strange Empire that had been on my watch-this-eventually lista for ages. It fit my Western requirement, looked like it was about badass women, so why not?
I recently read an articolo that detto Joss Whedon is not a feminist writer because he often shows his female characters emotionally vulnerable (it was phrased in a più patronising way, but that was the gist) and I didn't get it. For those who don't watch his shows he is known to mostra ALL his characters at times like that, not just the women. He focuses heavily on loss, tragedy and overcoming adversity, and I just don't understand why in shows that have every character facing vulnerability, pain and weakness it's un-feminist that some of those characters are women. I actually think the person...
A dream team of formidable female stars come together in a hard-driving original approach to the globe-trotting espionage genre in The 355. Starring Jessica Chastain, Diane Kruger, Penelope Cruz, Lupita Nyong'o and Bingbing Fan.