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"[One Woman] illuminates all the common elements of women trapped in affluent contradictions, defined by their fathers and husbands. The film does not, however, capture the urgency and desperation of many women's situations and leaves one hanging."
-- Kaye Sullivan

Sullivan, Kaye. Films for, by, and about Women. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1980. (p. 241)