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Films About Women 24

1 Fried Green Tomatoes Fried Green Tomatoes is a story about the bonds between women. The story centers around four women; two young women in the beginning of the century, and two older women at the end of the century. … Continue reading

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Films About Women 14

1 Psycho This is, quite possibly, Alfred Hitchcock’s most iconic film. When the movie was first released, people were not permitted in the theater after it started and there were signs asking viewers not to give away the ending. I … Continue reading

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Films About Women Part 11

1 August: Osage County August: Osage County benefits tremendously, as far as I’m concerned, from the medium. It was originally a play, which I have neither read nor seen. I cannot help but feel that I might be a little … Continue reading

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Films About Women Part 9

1 Rebecca Rebecca tells the story of an unnamed heroine who marries a wealthy gentleman named Mr. DeWinter. The main character arrives at Manderly, his great estate, with no experience running a great house. (Think Downton Abbey.) At his house, … Continue reading

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