Jane and Kimberly look through the lens of a Greek myth and see Annie Liebovitz as a great example of how women are sweeping past any constriction laid by history on gender.  
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Kimberly and Jane were not sorry they rushed out to see the documentary, Maiden before it disappeared from its short run in theaters because Maiden is as exciting as any feature to see and as inviting as any myth to seize your day. (Coming on Netflix) 
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Pina
Jane and Kimberly go beyond the powerful empathy aroused by the achingly beautiful, emotionally driven dance performances of Pina Bausch to talk about the significance of narrative meaning. (Pina, a musical documentary written and directed by Wim Wenders, 2011, Netflix)
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Star Wars’ The Force Awakens New Female Heroine
Jane and Kimberly revisit Star Wars, a forever love of Kimberly’s and a discovery of a female heroine for Jane, to ask, “Just what is awakening in The Force Awakens?”
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Leave No Trace, 2018
Jane and Kimberly look past the obvious in Leave No Trace to see a girl evolving toward womanhood, becoming neither prey nor pawn, and using her own perspective to survive and thrive.
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Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (2017)
Jane and Kimberly uncover the secret to Wonder Woman’s superpowers in Professor Marston and the Wonder Women. She’s a real woman!
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The Tale, 2018
Kimberly and Jane give Jennifer Fox’s memoir film huge love for bringing an accomplished woman’s story of her early teen seduction by an older man out into the open to add to a powerful cultural awakening.
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Faces Places, 2017
Kimberly and Jane leap onto a journey with 89-year-old director Agnès Varda and 34-year-old photographer and muralist JR through rural France while they lift ordinary to extraordinary and, to everyone’s delight, form an unlikely friendship. Yes, age is critically relevant!
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My Beautiful Broken Brain, 2014
Jane and Kimberly get a new answer from My Beautiful Broken Brain to the question “What would I do if the worst thing in the world happened to me?” An abrupt ending to a young woman’s dream proves to be a more powerful beginning than she could’ve dreamed in the first place.
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The Shape of Water, 2017
Kimberly and Jane encounter a voiceless heroine whose heart screams loud and clear when she finds unconventional love with an underwater god misinterpreted as a monster.
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Jane, 2018
Kimberly and Jane find a real heroine for girls in a dedicated chimp lover who trailblazed her own way to live fully and wild.
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Memorable Movie Moments
Kimberly and Jane ask readers to share movie moments that made a lasting impression.
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Lady Bird
Kimberly and Jane embrace Lady Bird, a coming of age story about a girl who – finally – is focused on her own future, not being with a guy, but open a question, “Does the ending fit the girl, the Lady Bird we’ve come to know in the film?” 
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Call Me By Your Name
Kimberly and Jane agree to disagree about the emotional context of a film to be celebrated for its importance as a breakthrough coming of age story about a sexually blossoming gay teenager.
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Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold
Kimberly writes a short essay on her conflicted feelings toward the literary giant and Jane sums up the documentary in a Cinemashrink Trove Pick.  Both agree it’s a must watch! Read here…

From This Day Forward
When Kimberly and Jane look into the documentary film, From This Day Forward, they see past the dad who would be mom to the mom who was the unsung hero of their marriage.  It’s not every extraordinary couple that makes it to the big screen to tell a story of how respect, as much as love, is the key to a family’s happiness.  We have a daughter to thank for that. Read here…

The Hours
In this co-written essay, Jane and Kimberly reflect on the price women have paid for rejecting domesticity as their defining role in life and what lies at the heart of healing as we move forward. Read here …