|Director||Bobby Abate Peggy Ahwesh|
|Writers||Bobby Abate (adaptation)
Peggy Ahwesh (adaptation)
Erskine Caldwell (novel)
|Cast||Jessica Watson Phoebe Reilly Wendi Weger|
|Plot||Caldwell's pulp storytelling, proto-feminist stance and unabashed social dramatization of his characters are a distinct vision of the condition of women -- specifically working class women. His broadly drawn themes of small town hypocrisy and restrictive moral values contextualize the titular characters' struggle for sexual expression, stability and independence. Certain Women is a disconcerting parable that pays tribute to but also defies the 50s period style of Caldwell, opting for contemporary small town situations and cinematic style. This cautionary tale of four heroic yet ordinary women is fashioned out of the past but relies on observations of the present historical moment and its political reality.... search for Certain Women on IMDb|
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