There’s a disappointment that quickly took hold after screening the film that only manifested when I found out the film’s big secret.
Few films so accurately capture the polarization of a country that’s as divided politically as our very own.
The narrative of male aggression and female empowerment provides a perfectly cynical commentary for current times.
The documentary doesn’t spend enough time on what life was like inside the dome, rushing through the parts of everyday life in isolation from the outside world.
I found “Daddy Issues” more annoying than entertaining, and nobody wants to spend their time dealing with that.
This documentary tackles the sexual harassment of minority women in the music industry head-on.