It’s a terrific miniseries. Click the title to read my entire review.
Black lovers Tish & Fonny run up against prejudice & injustice when he is arrested on false charges and imprisoned while she tries to prove his innocence.
A Russian ballerina forced to become a spy is charged with seducing a CIA agent to discover a mole in Russian intelligence.
A mother grieving over the unsolved rape-murder of her daughter hires 3 billboards to prod the police chief to more action, leading to unexpected results.
A terrific film about the early work of Thurgood Marshall. Click the image to read my entire review.
An Iranian couple starring in an amateur production of Death of a Salesman find their lives upended when the wife is raped in their new apartment, the film now becoming a vengeance tale.
This haunting film, set in the aftermath of WWII, is one you shouldn’t miss. Click the image to read my entire review.
In 1923 when whites, fueled by a rumor that a black man raped a white woman, attack & set fire to the black town of Rosewood Florida, a white & a black man face a hard choice–should they help the black?
Isabel Coixet’s 2005 film is such a sensitive study of human anguish and potential healing that I’m urging you to seek it out. Click the image to read my entire review.
A nun risks upsetting her colleagues, her family, & parents of two dead lovers by becoming the spiritual counselor to the vain man who raped & killed them.