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« The ensemble cast [of Women Talking] includes Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, and Jessie Buckley, as well as Ben Whishaw as a formerly excommunicated member of the [fictional Mennonite] colony who's returned to serve as a teacher to the school (which accepts only boys); the marvel of [Sarah] Polley's movie comes from the different perspectives their characters all bring to the ideas of grace, of a parent's responsibilities, of revenge, and how to process rage. Its remote context doesn't diminish how universal the question at its core really is, which is whether a society that has enabled great harm to be done to you can be fixed, or must be left. It's entirely possible the year's most urgent movie about Me Too takes place in a barn in the countryside. »
-- Alison Willmore

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WILLMORE, Alison. « Is the year's most urgent Me Too movie About Mennonites? », Vulture: Devouring Culture, 10 septembre 2022. [en anglais]