By Nicole Davis
Paul Mazursky’s 1978 divorce drama contains one of cinema’s most authentic portrayals of womanhood.
In Praise Of
This year filmmakers like Alice Lowe have openly flouted the notion that female characters should be likeable.
Women In Film
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