Women Talking poster.jpegWomen Talking is a drama written and directed by Sarah Polley. It is based on the 2018 novel of the same name by Miriam Toews and inspired by real-life events that occurred at the Manitoba Colony, a remote and isolated Mennonite community in Bolivia. Frances McDormand is also a producer on the film. Trailers for Women Talking revealed great acting and seemed to be a good plot. I saw the movie and was an emotional wreck by the end.  I give the writer all the accolades I can muster up.  Great film!

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In 2010, the women of an unnamed, isolated Mennonite colony discover that the men of the colony have been using cow tranquilizers to subdue and rape the women and girls of the colony. After the attackers are caught, they are arrested and imprisoned in the nearby city. Most of the men of the…

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